Cross Campus News

BLENDING MAGAZINE SPRING/SUMMER 18 YEAR 8 ISSUE 1

The Spring/Summer 2018 issue of Blending Magazine was inspired by the FUA-SBU conference theme Teaching Traditions: Health, Wellness and Non-Hotel Lodging Trends in the Hospitality Industry. The issue also features the simple act of walking, mass-tourism in the Florentine Community as well as Florence’s Gucci Garden.


Read the full issue online for this breaking news and other stories contributed by FUA faculty and students. Stay tuned for our upcoming magazines and newsletters!


Cover image courtesy of FUA


BLENDING SPRING 18 ISSUE 3

The third issue of Spring 2018 opens with the recent graduation of FUA Career Program students representing diverse areas of the institution. Also featured are reviews of current art exhibitions in Florence and a look at Florentine markets and carousels. The monthly alumni section interviews Vanessa Weego, who is currently applying design skills at a US-based Italian company.


Read the full issue online for this breaking news and other stories contributed by FUA faculty and students. Stay tuned for our upcoming magazines and newsletters!


Cover image courtesy of Molli Browne


BLENDING SPRING 18 ISSUE 2

The second issue of Spring 2018 features a breaking news piece on DIVA’s first film photography exhibition in Corridoio Fiorentino. Also featured are three stories on the labyrinth feature of San Martino Cathedral in Lucca, Vegan Food in Florence written in Italian by an advanced language student and an article on the Chianti Lover’s Wine Festival.



Read the full issue online for this breaking news and other stories contributed by FUA faculty and students. Stay tuned for our upcoming magazines and newsletters!

Cover image courtesy of FUA

 

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