Bryn Mawr’s Department of Italian and Italian Studies has been awarded a grant from Italy’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs for excellence in promoting and advancing Italian language/culture on American soil in its multiple historical and contemporary manifestations. The funding will help the department expand opportunities for students, especially in terms of internships for majors/minors.
Ital 229 final class potluck
For the last class of the semester, each students contributed to class discussion by bringing a delicious food and sharing it with all classmates.
Amy Morrison serving some Futurist’s sandwiches.
Amy surprised our students bringing to class food prepared following the recipes of The Futurist Cookbook.
Students and faculty of the Italian Studies Department.
Laureandi (left to right): Brandon Kelly, Michelle Huges, Maya Yu Zang, Adriana Volterra
Con Cindy Columbus, via Skype in Italy
Tutti insieme appassionatamente!
Students and faculty spent the afternoon talking about the Italian Studies program, the classes offered this spring and new opportunities for our students. The cherry on top: a Skype chat with Cindy Columbus (class 2014, major in Italian), now in Milan to teach in English to Italian high school students.
Our majors Brandon Kelly, Michelle Huges, and Adriana Volterra.
A nice dish of pasta and a chat around the table is the best way to spend a Sunday night.
We invite any student interested in Italian language or culture to join The Italian Club this Sunday night at Bryn Mawr College’s Campus Center in room 200 (upstairs) for our first formal general body meeting of the year!
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