Contributors to the Fall 2016 edition of the Cornell in Rome blog are Cornell University Architecture, Art, and Planning students Rachael Biggane and Kylie Corwin. Pictures come from Jeannette Pang and Kylie Corwin. Follow them through the semester to learn more about the Cornell in Rome program, the Eternal City, and of course, the bloggers themselves.
Rachael Biggane here as one of your trusty bloggers with insight into the happenings of Cornell in Rome. As an architecture student, my posts will have a bias; however, I hope to cover as much ground as possible when it comes to content. From sunny coffee breaks to week long excursions, I’ll be there to break it down!
Hello there, my name is Kylie Corwin, I am a junior fine arts major and I am ecstatic to be blogging for the Cornell in Rome program this fall. So far the semester has been a whirlwind, so try to keep up! My goal is to uncover all the intricate layers of not only large metropolitan cities like Rome and Turin but small towns such as Sperlonga and Santa Marinella. Through the places I visit and the people I meet, I hope you can truly experience all that Italy has to offer, cheers!
I am Jeannette Pang and I am a third year Architecture student. I have been traveling to different parts of the globe since childhood , and love exploring the beauty of the people and the world. I am fascinated by many forms of arts, through which I can continue to create. I can’t wait to share with you my Roman experience through the lens.