Some of our guest journalists and faculty have written about their
experience in Sicily travelling with a bus full of enthusiastic students.
Like Mother, Like Daughter; Recipes and Tales
from a 14th Century Abbey.
Sicily 2001 Faculty and Boston Globe Correspondent B.J. Roche
Aspiring Journalists Sharpen Skills. Sicily
Alumni Audie Cornish, WBUR Boston.
Group Tours: Pros and Cons by Betsy Wade,
New York Times Sunday Edition.
Class Trip to Sicily a Learning Experience
for Editor by Gay Nagle Myers, Travel Weekly Magazine.
Sicily by Pippen Ross. This is a piece that Pippen did for The Savvy
Traveller in 2001.
on-line, interactive toursit guide to Sicily.
Here is an extensive collection of photographs submitted to the above
The Best of Sicily. A
comprehensive set of links about everything Sicilian.
In Italy On-Line
It's not pretty, but lots of information.
Here's a site that lets you send beautiful Sicilan E-Cards. It's in Italian.
Can you figure it out
It's all about family.
For those of you with Siclian lineage, search for your family name.
Here's a history of the U.S. invasion of Sicily in 1943.
Here's a collection of live cameras around Mt. Etna
Mt. Etna experiences a major eruption.
Geographic: Etna Ignites!
Global Volcanism Program: Etna
Get a brief summary of Etna and its activity, followed by links to
complete reports on activity periods from 1968 to the present.
Italian Food Forever: Sicily
The Olive Source
Everything about olives and olive oil.
General Travel Links
of State Passport Services
Everything you need to know about getting your passport.
U.S.Department of State Travel
A wealth of information about travelling abroad - legal and practical.
The U.S. Embassy in Rome