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Conversation Night
News / Socials

Conversation Night

It was great to see so many Italians and Italophiles at our first conversation night this year! The cozy atmosphere of the Sicilian restaurant and the common desire of expressing our passion and love for the Italian culture made our night cheerful and full of joy; this is the first step to hopefully make some “amici per la … Continue reading »

CUItSoc Conversation Night
News / Socials

CUItSoc Conversation Night

Practice your conversation skills in a friendly and informal environment! Our Conversation Night is open to all those who want to improve their Italian by chatting with native speakers. Additionally, you get a full, genuine Italian meal (starter, pizza, and a drink) for only £12! Please note that we only have 20 places so remember … Continue reading »

Election results
Elections / News

Election results

Ciao a tutti! We finally have results for our committee elections. First ballot: Voters 8 President DIAZZI, Alessandra 4 FURLAN, Clelia 4 Neither is elected Vice-president HOLDENRIED-CHERNOFF, Daria 7 HOLDENRIED-CHERNOFF, Daria is elected Secretary ANDREONI, Edoardo 7 ANDREONI, Edoardo is elected Treasurer FANTI, Giulia 7 FANTI, Giulia is elected Second ballot: Voters 11 President DIAZZI, … Continue reading »

Elections / News

President – Clelia Furlan

I am currently a second year undergraduate Philosophy student. I am familiar with both the environment of the University and the Cambridge Italian community: I have been actively involved with the Italian society for the past two years and am currently its publicity officer. I am passionate about promoting Italian culture throughout the University and … Continue reading »

Elections / News

Secretary – Edoardo Andreoni

Hi everyone! My name is Edoardo, and I am running for the position of Secretary in the current elections (Easter Term 2015) of the Cambridge University Italian Society’s Executive Committee. Currently a second-year PhD candidate at the Faculty of History, I have previously studied International Relations at the University of Florence and University of Bologna. … Continue reading »