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Temple Rome Welcomes Italian Students

This semester, Temple University Rome students had the opportunity to make Italian friends inside and outside the classroom. Italian students from Gregorio VII language school have been sitting in on Italian classes at Temple University Rome to help the students learn about the Italian language and culture.  They also have been spending extra hours around the school to tutor…

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Roma Soccer Game

This past Sunday, Temple University Rome students got to watch a Roma vs. Sampdoria soccer game with romans at the Olympic stadium.  They were able to compare  “American Football” and “European Football.” Students acted as fans while wearing burgundy and yellow and participating in the crowds’ chants.  The whole stadium, especially the student section, had great energy while cheering…

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What is Love

This past Monday, Temple University Rome hosted an event called “What is Love,” a chat about healthy relationships and sexual violence. Temple University Rome students gathered in a circle, enjoyed refreshments, and shared with one another what they love about themselves and what they thought should be in a healthy relationship.  Attendees were educated on sexual, verbal, mental, physical,…

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Calcetto Night

Every Wednesday night, Temple Rome students get together to play soccer, or as Italians would say, calcio.  Calcetto night is a great way for students to meet one another, have fun, and to work out.  Some nights, Italian students will be on the field to join them. This past week, students were divided into two teams and put their…

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Cooking Class

This past week, Temple Rome students had the chance to become Italian chefs.  A group of ten students attended the Travel Eat Discover (TED) cooking class, organized by Temple Rome University.  The event was hosted by local Roman chefs Amanda and Carlos. Amanda started the class off by educating the students on different ways to make tiramisù.  After learning…

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Wine Tasting Night

This past Wednesday, Temple University Rome held their wine tasting night, a unique experience hosted by Roberta Begossi.  Roberta is a well-known wine consultant and sommelier throughout Italy who offers firsthand tips on how to evaluate wine.  This was a fun and great way to bring the students together to learn about a topic that is very important to…

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Chit Chat with Italians

This past week, Temple Rome hosted chit chat with Italians that brought together Italian and American students from different universities. They had the opportunity to have a causal sit down and speak with one another in both English and Italian. Attendees had a large group discussion before rotating seats and talking to each other one on one. While enjoying…

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Hummustown/Gallery Opening Event

Art Gallery Event for Hummustown This past Monday, Temple Rome hosted its first gallery opening for the semester. The event was called Incontro di colori and exhibited the work of: Tony Esposito, Nora Maccoby, and Mark Kostabi, artists whose works have been shown across the world. This event attracted local artists, faculty, students and members of the Roman community….

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Taste of Home

With only a few weeks left of the semester, it was a perfect time for Temple University Rome students to have a little “Taste of Home.” In the student lounge, students had the chance to eat some of their favorite foods that they have been missing from home! Pulled pork, meatball subs, buffalo wings, and coleslaw were all on…

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Where To Rome

Check out a few of these upcoming events in or around Rome! With only a few weeks left of the semester, take advantage of exploring the city! Pink Floyd Exhibition Live through Pink Floyd through the Pink Floyd Exhibition taking place in Rome. This exhibition is the first of its kind taking place in Rome, where more than 350…

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