Art makes populations immortal. Art is something that speaks words, by staying silent through the passage of centuries. The great monuments of all countries are like big and wise men, that perpetuate history thanks to their existence. They are symbols, priceless masterpieces. But, despite having the capacity to make thingsRead More →

A conversation with Marina Calculli GG students have made an interesting international trip in middle eastern studies thanks to a proposal at the “Universiteit Leiden” (The Netherlands) and the explanation of her research. She focused her work on “Hezbollah, the Lebanese State and the International Community “. She focused on theRead More →

With the increasing awareness of the impact of waste, there comes a desire to take action. It is very clear that most of the areas around us have a “garbage crisis”. The ground near bus stops is decorated with cigarette butts, grass fields full of plastic wrappers and bottles, theRead More →

Global warming and climate change seem to have become quite a popular trend of talks lately, between scandals in governments, the many strikes all over the globe and the Greta Thunberg phenomenon. But despite all the talks not much has been achieved yet – let’s just hope that ‘we-are-killing-the-world-with-our-pollution’ themeRead More →

Graffiti. Everyone knows what that word means. They are those strange, and often ugly, paintings and words scribbled all over the buildings of the big cities. Cursing, gangs’ names, insults. Low-level paint coming out from a dirty spray can. People look at them frowning, thinking that graffiti are the markRead More →