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An International Wedding in Italy

I recently had the opportunity to travel to Italy for a friend’s wedding. Any chance to visit Italy is a treat, but the excitement of going back “home” and taking part in the wedding of my best friend from high school made it all the more special. The celebration took place in the town of…

John Cabot University: A Home for the World’s Third Culture Kids

What is a Third Culture Kid (TCK)? Coined in the 1950s, the term “third culture kid” or “TCK” describes “children who accompany their parents into another society.”  These children include students at international schools, children of diplomats, “military brats,” and children of missionaries. TCKs are different.  Sociologists David C. Pollock and Ruth E. Van Reken described the…

Student Spotlight: Fritz Bremer, JCU Class of 2017

Every experience; every situation; adds to who you are; who I am. My name is Fritz Bremer and I am German but I have lived in Jerusalem for 14 years and now Rome for 5 years, and throughout all the years, it has been the places and the people along the way that have made…

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