Written by Ben Trombetta (University of Virginia), CET Siena, Spring 2020 Obviously, when we decided to study abroad this semester, none of us would have predicted that the coronavirus would escalate into a global pandemic. When the outbreak quickly followed us from Italy back to the United States, however, we all realized the severity of […]
Photos by Lauren Bauer, (Vanderbilt University), Student Correspondent for CET Florence, Spring 2020 Crossing Ponte Grazie after a day filled with art history classes! The sunset was purple against the water and there was a lone paddler in the Arno. A painting of the Madonna and child, Madonna col Bambino, in the Palazzo Medici by […]
Written by Benjamin Trombetta (University of Virginia), Student correspondent for CET Siena, Spring 2020 In Siena, you’re never really lost; all you have to do is look up. Nestled within the city walls are a range of towers, including the Torre del Mangia in Piazza del Campo, the central square of the city and location […]
Photos by Hailey Kerben, (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Student Correspondent CET Florence Spring 2020
Cara reflects on the importance of being a mindful traveler.
Photos by Caroline McLaughlin, (Brandeis University), Brandeis Midyear in Florence Fall 2019 Palazzo Vecchio: My favourite landmark of Florence (~3 minute walk from our apartment). ditta Artigianale is our favourite caffé in Florence!! We come here to do homework quite often (~1 minute walk from our apartment). It really is our favourite caffé!! I will never get used […]