Category Archives: Florence, Italy, 2012

Talk #12 – Siena’s Palazzo Pubblico

Ian Muller ’12 - Dr. Cook—a Wabash College legend—has a residence in the next city we travelled to—Siena. There is too much to say about Siena and Machiavellian theory for me to cover everything here, but be prepared for a brief … Continue reading

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Martin ’13 – Florence On My Mind

Jim Martin ’13 - Niccolo Machiavelli believed in a cyclical notion of time; and as I sit in another airport finalizing a blog for my last immersion trip I could only help but think that this is true.  Wabash College provides … Continue reading

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Stroud ’14 Not Ready to Return to the States

Patrick Stroud ’14 - We have tirelessly played Florence’s flute for the past 6 days, experiencing everything from the city’s history, architecture, art, cuisine, and general culture.  However, a new instrument joins our Tuscan orchestra—the aged, dented horn of Siena.  On … Continue reading

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