Rome News

New types of foods

Studying abroad in Rome has been an amazing journey for me. Being born and raised in Miami, Florida I have always been used to the city life with the ambulance driving by every 5 minutes, having homel...
Rome News

Avoid the Road

Moving to Rome is a dream come true for most college students, the idea of living a fantasy life in accordance to the films we all saw growing up like “Eat, Pray, Love” or the “Lizzie McGuire movie,”...
Rome News

Three Reasons to Study Abroad in Rome

Experience, Experience, Experience: Three Reasons to Study Abroad in Rome As a writer, I believe there are few things that are more important than experience. In the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, “Th...
Rome News

Restaurant service is totally different

Studying for a semester in Rome, I have encountered a culture shock--noticing great differences. As a student who resides in Miami, I yearned for a kind of history that south Florida lacked. While Fl...
Rome News

I am beginning to love it

When I made plans to move to Roma for four months, I was not anticipating the level of culture shock I experienced. From January until now, I have learned to quickly adapt to the atmosphere around me....
Rome News

Travel throughout Europe at an inexpensive rate

The eternal city is often regarded as one of the most beautiful and timeless metropolitan areas in the world. With a complex history that spans over thousands of years, both tourists and locals are co...
Rome News

Graffiti on buildings older than my home country

Some may see it as shameful and degenerative, but i think it is a generational stamp on structures that have lived before us and hopefully long after. A complex mix of urban and ancient, Rome is my...
Rome News

People warned me about the catcalling

Picture this: you just took your seat on your 11 hour flight from the United States to spend a semester in Rome, Italy away from your family and friends. What are you supposed to expect from somewhere...
Oxford News

Oxford hospital grounds for redevelopment.

The Oxford Mental Health Trust is seeking planning permission to build homes for key workers and research facilities on the land adjacent to the Warneford and Park Hospitals in Headington. The Trust,...
Jersey News

Paying more for energy.

Rising energy costs due in great part to the depletion of world-wide supplies of oil, would affect Jersey as much as it would the rest of modern globalised society, according to Senator Stuart Syvret,...
Jersey News

Jersey Royals at G-20

Tax havens may be hard to swallow for politicians attending this week
Dublin News

Leinster Lawn to be restored.

Wigs on the Green in Government Gardens The garden of Leinster House, the seat of D
Jersey News

Review: A Concise History of Jersey: A New Perspective.

By Colin Platt. The author has strong family connections with Jersey, is the author of many books on social history, and is an emeritus professor of Southampton University. He was also a major contr...
Amsterdam News

Mayor resigns to lead PvdA labour party

Amsterdam mayor Job Cohen has announced his resignation with immediate effect in order to stand for leadership of the country
Oxford News

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Oxford News

Oxford to celebrate Olympic flame

Oxford is to celebrate the arrival of the Olympic flame in the city on 9-10 July. It will pass through Blackbird Leys, Cowley Road and St Clement’s areas in the east, south and centre of the...
Jersey News

Buy local Jersey products

A new campaign encouraging islanders to support local businesses and stimulate the economy during tough financial times has been launched. Originated by Jersey businessman Rod Bryans, and led by the...
Paris News

New out-of-hours healthcare for Paris

A new out-of-hours healthcare clinic has opened in central Paris, as part of a network aimed at relieving pressure on the city

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