from the department of communication, harding university

Opinion: Italian futbol like no other experience in sports
Written by Christopher E O'Dell

During my trip to Italy over spring break, I was able to attend a true soccer game for the first time in my life.

 

I’ve seen American soccer games — including M.L.S. — countless times, games up close and personal. However, after attending the Fiorentina and Juventus soccer game last week, it is safe to say that American soccer has nothing on Italian soccer.

 

Dr. Andreina Bianchini discusses work as international program director in Florence
Written by Gabrielle Olivia Pruitt

Celebrating 30 years of the Harding University in Florence program, the Villa was filled with several guests for lunch on Wednesday, March 10, including Dr. Andreina Bianchini.

 

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A glimpse of Nicaragua spring break missions
Written by Christopher D DellaPace
More than 25 Harding students and professors spent their spring break with several high school students serving people in Jinotega, Nicaragua.

One of the purposes of the trip was to tell some of the stories of the Nicaragua people. Although the students received academic credit for the trip, most of the students said they would take the trip again even if credit hours were not offered.

Play the video below to see images from parts of the trip.


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Cultures provide diverse dining experiences
Written by James N. Buce and Chris O'Dell
When studying in Florence, students understand there will be differences when living in another culture. One thing students do not fully understand before leaving America is the vast difference between eating habits in the two different countries.

Museo della'Opera del Duomo offers inside view to Renaissance
Written by Sarah J. Kyle and Grant Sloan

Beneath the shadow of the Duomo lies Florence’s hidden treasure: the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo.

 

For just six euro, roughly $8, one can gain access to multiple Renaissance masterpieces, including one of Michelangelo’s three pietas and Donatello’s wooden "Madonna."

 

Buried Treasure: HUF students tour underground city
Written by Janet Orgain

ORVIETO, ITALY — A city on a hill cannot be hidden, especially the city of Orvieto, Italy.

 

Orvieto is a quaint, breathtaking city located on the highlands of a cliff in northern Italy. Although the city is known for its strikingly gorgeous silhouette against a vertical rock face, Orvieto is by no means “shallow.”

 

Underneath the surface of this ancient city lies a succession of caves, burrows and tunnels built 3,000 years ago by those living in the “mansion” of a city above.

 

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