2012 is a very special year for John Cabot University as it marks our 40th Anniversary. We have been hosting special events throughout the year and now we are dedicating one week to our alumni. Come back to JCU for RomeComing week and celebrate the history and growth of your Alma Mater while enjoying fun events and mingling with the current studen...

Italy Reads, John Cabot University's community-based reading and cultural exchange program, is honored to welcome 2012 Keynote Speaker Sarah Churchwell, who will talk about this year's novel, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Sarah Churchwell is Professor of American Literature and Public Understanding of the Humanities. Her research and te...

  WTI Magazine #61    2015 May, 29Author : John Cabot University      Translation by:   Have you ever considered volunteering your time to a worthy cause? These days, more and more students are getting involved in local activism and community service. Social consciousness is a defining feature of global citizenship, and when put into action, a v...

  WTI Magazine #54    2015 February, 20Author : Morgan Collins for John Cabot University      Translation by:   As I begin to acclimate to classes and Roman culture, life at John Cabot University is becoming less unfamiliar each and every day. Living in the Eternal city so far has opened a multitude of doors for me and I couldn't be more thrille...

  WTI Magazine #56    2015 March, 20Author : John Cabot University      Translation by:   Whether they hail from the U.S., or one of the other 60+ countries represented at John Cabot University, students who study abroad in Rome are sure to encounter some fascinating (and perhaps unexpected) cultural differences. The opportunity to experience di...

  WTI Magazine #65    2015 July, 24Author : John Cabot University      Translation by:   As most History and Classical Studies buffs know, women in ancient Rome rarely had access to positions of power. In Rome's patriarchal society, men ruled over almost all walks of life, from politics and art to business and the household. Women were not allow...

  WTI Magazine #54    2015 February, 20Author : Umberto Mucci      Translation by:   It is not by chance that the interview published in this number of our magazine is our 100th ... Happy birthday to us! We wanted to celebrate this event in the proper way, and we thought that having John Maggio as our guest would be perfect to do it. We were rig...

  WTI Magazine #77    2016 March 18Author : Author      Translation by:   What do HowtoBee founder Kelson Adams, Jemba Against Domestic Violence founder Oston Jemba Madengue, and Maryann Klucevsek and Emily Salm – creators of the networking app Ubumm – all have in common? At first glance, perhaps not very much. Each of their startups responds to...

In the fateful year of 1497, an Italian navigator, Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot) while sailing under the commission of King Henry VII of England, landed in North America (Canada). In 1972, approximately five centuries later, this theme of expansion and international development continued, in part, with the founding of John Cabot University (JCU) in...

  WTI Magazine #75    2016 January 18Author : John Cabot University      Translation by:   The stubborn myth that Classical Studies, and particularly the study of Latin, is an impractical and unprofitable pursuit, has been solidly discredited by wildly successful professionals like Mark Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg (the Facebook founder with a $6.9 bi...