The mosaic vault inside the Florence Baptistery. Before coming to study in Florence, I knew that a large part of my studies here as a history major would focus on the...

Orientation is a fundamental yet undoubtedly challenging initiation into study abroad, full of forms and meetings, a lost piece of luggage (or two!) new roommates and jetlag to boot! But it’s...

The CEA Florence volunteer program CEA C’È (which means “CEA is there”) provides students with opportunities to participate in local life and culture while giving back to their host city. Jonathan White received training in order to...

The CEA Florence volunteer program CEA C’È (which means “CEA is there”) provides students with opportunities to participate in local life and culture while giving back to their host city. Charlotte Davis participated in the CEA C’È initiative, assistant...

The CEA Florence volunteer program CEA C’È (which means “CEA is there”) provides students with opportunities to participate in local life and culture while giving back to their host city. Here, in the first of a series...

Group photo outside the studio entrance! I had the opportunity to go with CEA Rome on their very first group visit to Cinecittà, and it has been one of my most...

This past weekend was my last weekend in Rome. It’s hard to think that in just 12 days I am leaving Italy and returning back to the States. Being in Rome...

Choose to travel by train… Studying in Rome is one of the greatest things I have ever experienced. For the past two and a half months I have been living in...

The Global Campus in Florence this semester is marking many successful “firsts” for its “CEA C’È” initiative. CEA C’È is the volunteer program that enables Florence students to reach out in...

Early this month, the CEA Global Campus in Romehosted the Autumn meeting of the Association of American College and University Programs in Italy (AACUPI). The annual event opens the academic year,...