A brand new project in collaboration with the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE) is winning the hearts of students. Rumore University Webradio is granting a space for a broadcast from our very own USAC students every Thursday at 8 p.m. (Reggio Emilia, Italy time).
“Mama mia!” project will allow our students to broadcast a program of comparison and knowledge between U.S.A. and Italian reality, culture, habits and life style while also playing some snazzy jams. The aim of the show will be the chance for American students to have “operating instructions” about Italy directly from USAC students living “La Dolce Vita” here.
USAC students shall tell about Italy through their own personal experience and meetings here in Reggio Emilia and around the peninsula; their travels will grant more information about places that are not world famous but astonishing just like the others. Interviews, music, anecdotes will complete the features of a marvelous experience throughout the country and people: a good way to know something before you arrive here; a perfect chance to fall in love with Italy and its fascinating possibilities!
“Reggio Emilia isn’t just a town, it’s a hometown; and like any hometown anywhere in the world, there are those who come, those who stay, and those who leave. To the people that know Reggio, whether they live, work, or grew up there, it’s more than that; it’s home”.
Renay Panduro, Univerisity of Massachusets, Amherst
Click here for the Mama Mia podcasts and stay tuned for more awesome music and information!