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John Cabot University is proud to announce that the Frank J. Guarini School of Business has received accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), thus placing it among the world’s leading business schools. The fundamental purpose of AACSB accreditation is to challenge business educators to pursue excellence...

In Italy there are many islands to discover: one of them is Ponza. Here, it is possible to enjoy wonderful beaches and a turquoise sea that will leave the visitor pleasantly surprised. Here you will find out where this island is as a part of the archipelago of Pontine islands and you will know what to do and to see in this place. You will also have...

IN THE IDYLLIC TOWN OF Porto Venere sits a peaceful bronze statue that represents Mother Nature. Her position on the rocky crags above Lord Byron’s Grotto gives her a fantastic view of the Gulf of La Spezia. Despite her windy perch, the sculpture appears serene, contemplative, and infinitely patient.  Created by Neapolitan artist Lello Scorzelli, t...

Italian wine is an assortment of vines and territories, of strenuously defended history and of experimentation, of faithfully respected tradition and of innovation. It is this aspect of Italian wine that is also very interesting to worldwide critics, who would like to narrate something new to wine fans all over the world. And, this is precisely wha...

With an extensive career in higher education, Muccigrosso is currently professor of Classics and Director of Undergraduate Honors in the College of Liberal Arts at Drew University. He previously served as Associate Dean of the College and Director of Institutional Research and as Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Holy Names...

Italy is a country rich in natural beauty that fascinates anyone who wants to go to their discovery. But there are some places, that more than all, have something magical and surreal, the caves. Over the centuries, nature has shaped the territory, thus forming natural cavities that tell the whole story that accompanied them. Speleological tourism i...

Travelling in the Reggio Calabria metropolitan area is like plunging into the heart of the Mediterranean, which has always been a crossroads of peoples and cultures. An experience with many nuances, to be lived in contact with nature and discovering the countless cultural resources and traditions. To get to know its territory better - the area incl...

From the first bottle produced in 1961, Franciacorta has brought a great deal of attention to the sparkling wine industry in Italy. Prosecco may be better known, and particular producers of Trento DOC in Trentino and Alta Langa in Piedmont have earned plaudits from numerous critics, but Franciacorta today remains the focal point for the country's b...

The beauty of the Tyrrhenian sea, clean air, mild weather, and a vibrant food culture are all things that make Italy a dream destination for tourists worldwide. But thanks to its rich territory and millennia-old traditions, the Italian boot is a land of opportunities far beyond tourism. Most of the Italian territory is home to thousands of small vi...

The facility is managed by the new West Sicily Gate company, a venture between MSC Cruises and Costa Cruises, and responsible for managing cruise terminals at four ports (Palermo, Trapani, Porto Empedocle and Termini Imerese) within the Port System Authority of the Western Sicilian Sea. Representatives at the official opening last week included the...

The undisputed star of Italian holidays, a popular destination for tourists from all over Europe and a favorite stop for kids looking for carefree and fun, Riccione has a lot to offer for those who want to spend their holidays in Romagna. For those looking for a holiday full of pure fun, the Romagna city fits perfectly in the description. In a typi...

Fifteen minutes into the biggest game of his life, Alessio Panebianco saw the looks in his teammates’ eyes and realized: We’re gonna lose. This was on a sunny afternoon in December at the Stadio Giuseppe Rizzo in Catania, Sicily, at the foot of Mount Etna. Panebianco’s team, Briganti di Librino, was in its first-ever playoff, against San Gregorio,...