Posts Categorized: News

Re-gaining trust and reporting truth: journalism in the Trump era

Cameron Barr, Managing Editor of The Washington Post, was the International Journalism Festival in Perugia between 7 and 8 April, 2017. In a panel discussion with Lucia Annunziata, Editorial Director at the Italian edition of The Huffington Post, Barr discussed the role of journalists in the run up campaign for the presidential seat in the…read more

American journalism in the Trump era

“If you want to get ahead of the President’s decision, have someone cover FoxNews,” joked Richard Gizbert during the panel American Journalism in the Trump Era.

#SvegliaItalia

On January 28, 2016 Italian MPs will vote on ddl n.14/2015 aimed at regulating civil unions inside the country. 

War Lullaby

As many things have already been said about what has happened in Paris on November 13, 2015, I thought it would be wise to keep the personal chit chat to a minimum.

On Theresa May and the “EU Migrants crisis”

As you probably gathered from the few posts I previously published on this website, I’m Italian. I was raised in Italy, attended Italian schools, and only fluently spoke my native language for the first 11 years of my life, yet my fascination with everything English had started long before the mandatory language classes in secondary…read more

I though it was right, but now I’m not sure

Disclaimer: I have absolutely no academic education about the Israel-Palestine conflict. The opinions expressed in this piece are my own and were influenced by basic history classes, recent news coverage, and personal interpretation of events.

Sochi 2014: Live Blogging

Ok, this was an exercise I did during one of my convergence video classes at uni. It was fun to do it and thought I might share the results. Hope you enjoy!