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Visit to the Basilica di Superga and meeting with Italian Politicians

Week two of Cornell in Turin was a huge success! Started with a visit to the Basilica di Superga, “The Basilica is dedicated to Our Lady of Grace, whose wooden statue is kept in the Chapel of the Vow.” ( 208 more words

Most Anticipated Reads for 2015

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is Most Anticipated reads for the rest of 2015.  This was a lot harder than I expected. Many of the books i’d been anticipating this year are already out. 318 more words

Rick Riordan

The chocolate factory, The Shroud of Turin, and much more

This is only the first week and I have fallen in love with Torino, a city of history, art and books! This week we learned about the contemporary political and economics of West Europe (Eurozone crisis, the Spanish Labor market, European sovereign debt crisis, etc.). 150 more words

The Train Ride

Yesterday I said goodbye to my family at the train station and I could’t hide my excitement to begin the new journey in Torino.

The train ride from Alano di Piave to Torino Porta Nuova buried so many memories and stories. 157 more words

Endless opportunities at "The People's University"!

I had the privilege to be featured as the People of “The People’s University” on Mississippi State University’s home page. The profile documented some of the travels I did with my carry-on and the incredible opportunities for academic and leadership growth at MSU. 42 more words