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Jason Bombaci '07, takes notes in the Piazza Arringo.

Part of the group poses for a photo.

LANDSCAPE: Students were encouraged to find favorite places to paint, says Elizabeth Beaudoin '09, an art history major who painted the landscape above. "We painted from 8 to 12 almost every day in Ascoli Piceno." She decided to paint her narrative assignment, including the five stages--arrival, encounter, epiphany, consequence and departure--based on a pigeon love triangle she observed in a plaza.

FIRST HAND: "It was my first time in Europe," says Anna Scalera '00, who is earning a master's degree in elementary education. "It gave me a new perspective on history and culture. I think that will help me be a better teacher, having that exposure." Above is Scalera's painting of the Piazza del Popolo, showing the Caffe Meletti.

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