Sam Falzone's Collection at FLY

The third issue of Spring 2019 opens with FLY's launch of Sam Falzone's latest collection, "Get Lost." Following that we will explore the personal experience of FUA students discovering Italian masters of art. The issue also features an exploration of small, cozy bars where to get studying done and quirky bookstores where readers can also admire new artists.

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Want to catch up on your Blending reading? Back issues of the latest editions may be downloaded as full pdfs below.

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  • The Student Perspective On Italian Gentrification

    The third and final Fall 2019 Issue of the Blending Newsletter features an in-depth look into the work done by the students for the upcoming FUA-AUF Fall conference; we learn about testaroli, modern-day pasta’s forgotten ancestor; and a student shares the sense of awe that took over him upon seeing Michelangelo's David for the first time.

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  • Claudio Cionini's Exhibition at Ganzo

    The second Fall 2019 Issue of Blending Newsletter offers a profile of Claudio Cionini, the artist featured in the first AperiArt event of the season; a report on a Local Florentine Lyceum; and a piece on the history of one of Italy's most iconic scooters: The Vespa.

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  • La Rificolona Festival in Florence

    In the first Fall 2019 Issue of Blending Newsletter, we inaugurate the new academic season by featuring pieces about ancient Florentine pastry shops, new art exhibitions in town, and reportage from Florence’s end of summer festival, La Rificolona. 

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  • VENICE BIENNALE

    In this July 2019 issue of Blending Newsletter, we delve into the centennial history of the aperitivo, an illuminating piece on the little-known Giardino dei Semplici and its botanical wonders, and an honest look on how Instagram is changing the perception of the places we visit.

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  • Apicius Conference on Caterina de'Medici

    The latest Blending Newsletter has been released. The second issue of Spring 2019 opens with the annual hospitality conference held for the first time at the Apicius’ new hospitality building. Travel Writing students uncover hidden surprises in Gubbio and Fabriano, local Florentine sayings, springtime fashion inspiration, a reflection on Dante in love, and an exciting updatefrom FUA alum and restauranteur JR Rellama.

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  • Sam Falzone's Collection at FLY

    The third issue of Spring 2019 opens with FLY's launch of Sam Falzone's latest collection, "Get Lost." Following that we will explore the personal experience of FUA students discovering Italian masters of art. The issue also features an exploration of small, cozy bars where to get studying done and quirky bookstores where readers can also admire new artists.

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  • FLY HOSTS EVENT TO HELP YOUR WARDROBE AND THE PLANET

    The latest Blending Newsletter has been released. The first issue of Spring 2019 opens with an article on a FLY event all about reusing vintage items. This issue also features the lesser-known streets of Florence from students of the Italian Advanced I class, as well as some reflections on reconnecting with nature after a long winter from students of the Travel Writing class as the Spring semester begins. The monthly alumni section interviews Melissa Pistor, who upon graduating, has applied to graduate school to study Textile Design. 

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  • FUA Meets The Blonde Salad 

    The latest Blending Newsletter has been released. The third issue of Fall 2018 opens with an article from two FUA students who had the opportunity to meet Chiara Ferragni, an incredibly successful social media influencer who has taken the internet by a storm. This issue also features an exploration of diverse regional cuisines from students of the Italian Advanced I class, as well as some final reflections on walking around the city of Florence from students of the Travel Writing class, as the semester draws to an end. The monthly alumni section interviews Daniela Gordillo, who upon graduating, has embarked on a successful career as an occupational therapist.

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  • FLY Debuts New Alice Blome Sartoria Collection

    The second issue of Fall 2018 opens with FLY's launch of Paola Dell'Eva's latest collection, "Alice Blome Sartoria". The issue also features an exploration of Tuscan delicacies from students of the Italian Advanced I class, and an exploration of Italian customs and traditions from students of the Travel Writing class. The monthly alumni section interviews Matt Crawford, who is living in Rochester, New York and is venturing into an exciting career in radio.

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  • Interview with Gina Valentino 

    The first issue of Fall 2018 opens with an interview with FUA alumna Gina Valentino. Also featured are articles about La Specola Museum, a custom fragrance creative experience at Erboristeria San Simone, and exploring the various bookstores of Florence. There is also an interview with Sara Abriola, FUA Alumna and Study Abroad Advisor.

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