Sunday, June 29 – San Clemente

Students discuss before writing a contrastive analysis of the three "levels" of San Clemente

Students discuss before writing a contrastive analysis of the three “levels” of San Clemente

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Friday, June 27th – Diocletian Baths

 

Josh S. gives feedback to peers on their work (in the back courtyard of the Diocletian Baths)

Josh S. gives feedback to peers on their work (in the back courtyard of the Diocletian Baths)

Cooking Lessons

Cooking Lessons

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Thursday afternoon – The Pantheon

Reviewing architectural, historical and conceptual ideas from The Arts of Rome (spring semester coursework)

Reviewing architectural, historical and conceptual ideas from The Arts of Rome (spring semester coursework)

 

One hour later... (After architectural/historical analysis students) - Journaling

One hour later… (After architectural/historical analysis students) – Journaling

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Thursday, June 26th, 2014 – Constantine’s Arch and the Coloseum

Students view coliseum for the first time

Students take lecture notes, analyze and discuss the Coloseum.

Students take lecture notes, analyze and discuss the Coloseum.

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Wednesday morning – Students visit St Peters square to attend the Papal Audience

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Wednesday, June 25th – Ostia Antica

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Day Two: Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 – The Etruscan Necropolis

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Day 24

“I don’t care if you are passionate about being an astronaut, a boxer, an entrepreneur, or even a plumber; chase it and share it with the world.” Josh S. Reflection at the end of lesson at necropolis

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June 23rd, 2014 – Rome Prize Scholars in … Rome!

From left to right: Miguel, Angelina, Isabel, Tere, Josh S., Nathan, Ashleigh, Carmen, Vernisha, Josh H., Raquel

From left to right: Miguel, Angelina, Isabel, Tere, Josh S., Nathan, Ashleigh, Carmen, Vernisha, Josh H., Raquel

After arriving and checking into their rooms this evening, the group took a walk through the Monteverde Vecchio neighborhood and the Gianicolo Hill with a panoramic view of the historic city center.

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Buonviaggio (farewell) Lunch for Rome Prize 2014 students at the president’s residence

From Top left: Josh Hammer, Vernisha Williams, Miguel Gomez, Raquel Ross, Misty Martinez (chaperone), Carmen Delgado, Angelina Alvarez, Josh Siapno, Tere Hernandez, Rafael (Epicurian Catering) From Upper Right: Chiara Rosequist (Coordinator and Professor), President Bill Hynes, Ruffino (Epicurian Catering) students not shown:  Nathan Johnson, Isabel Horta, Ashleigh Sells co-host not pictured: Mrs. Margie Shurgot

From Top left: Josh Hammer, Vernisha Williams, Miguel Gomez, Raquel Ross, Misty Martinez (chaperone), Carmen Delgado, Angelina Alvarez, Josh Siapno, Tere Hernandez, Rafael (Epicurian Catering)
From Upper Right: Chiara Rosequist (Coordinator and Professor), President Bill Hynes, Ruffino (Epicurian Catering)
students not shown: Nathan Johnson, Isabel Horta, Ashleigh Sells
co-host not pictured: Mrs. Margie Shurgot

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September – 2013 Rome Prize gathering – Student presentations

Students, families, faculty and Rome Prize donors gathered in September (special thanks to hosts Mr. And Mrs. John Kemp and Mary Brutocao and Epicuran catering)

Students, families, faculty and Rome Prize donors gathered in September (special thanks to hosts Mr. And Mrs. John Kemp and Mary Brutocao and Epicuran catering)

From upper left: Ammy Reyes, Tyrone Robinson, Isamar Quiroz, Brandon Marzon, Yesenia Lechuga, From upper right: President Hynes, Misty Martinez, April Agacid and Katherine McGuire

We were all moved by students heartfelt testimonials and sincere gratitude expressed.

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