By: Autumn Wood, BA, 2019 Though my trip to Berlin was cut short (once again) by an outbreak of the flu, it doesn’t change the fact that it’s an amazing city, perfect for weekend trips due to cheap round-trip flights and Airbnb’s. When coming into Berlin you arrive at one of two airports. I arrived at Teget airport. There are several ways you can get … Continue reading A Short Guide to the City of Berlin
By Kyla Gaibor, FFE, 2018 If you ask people why they would recommend visiting Italy, chances are they have mentioned the great food. From pizza to pasta, gelato to tiramisu, Italy is home to some of the world’s best foods! But if you’re anything like me, you might be just a little more interested in the best desserts! Different regions of Italy boast different specialties, … Continue reading Eating your way through Italy – Dessert Edition!
By Amanda Salmoiraghi, FFE, 2018 You’ve heard it, you’ve seen it, and if your lucky (or not, depending on your tastebuds) you’ve tasted some! Although…what is this weird liqueur? What is it made of, and how is it made? Where is it from? This brightly colored yellow liqueur is relatively simple. Lemons – as you may have guessed from the name, or even from the … Continue reading What’s the Deal with Limoncello?
Marist Italy BA students went to Genoa and Monte Carlo in April for their annual BA trip. 3 months after, our student Nina Hsu is still marveling at the charm of the city of Genoa and the delicious food she ate there BY NINA HSU, BA STUDENTS, 2018 It surprises many Italians when I tell them that Genoa is, so far, my favorite Italian city. … Continue reading Genoa, a city of surprises by Nina Hsu, BA student
Concerts, lectures, events, festivals happening in and near Florence between Friday, May 12th and Friday, May 26th Continue reading “Newsletter 5/12-5/26”
Concerts, lectures, events, festivals happening in and near Florence between Friday April 28th and Friday, May 12th! Continue reading “Newsletter 4/28-5/12”
By: Jean Hinkley, MA 2017
There are few things in life better than a good sandwich. Whether you are looking for a lunch break from classes or from walking around the city all day, these sandwiches are sure to fill you up and make your taste buds smile. In these low-key environments, ordering food is also a great way to learn the Italian language.