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Latin in Rome Naples Trip

July 28, 2015
Latin in Rome students headed off to the Naples area to visit Capri, Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii for their class trip excursion.

Arete Weekend Field Trips

July 24, 2015
Arete students spent a busy weekend exploring the Dallas and Fort Worth Arts Districts and attending a live performance of Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare in the Park.

Shakespeare Northern Italy Trip

July 23, 2015
On Thursday, July 16 Shakespeare in Italy students left campus to begin their four day trip visiting Venezia, Padova and Vincenza. The students saw such sites as the Doge's Palace, S. Marco and the Villa Rotonda.

UD Welcomes ARETE Students for High School Summer Program

July 22, 2015
On Sunday, July 12 the University of Dallas welcomed 24 students to the Irving campus for the eighth summer of the Arete program. The students were kept busy in their first week on campus as they studied works from Plato to Shakespeare, discussed celebrated films and participated in several events on campus all contributing to learning more about "the noble life".

Arete Alumni Return to Arete

July 22, 2015
The Arete program has been blessed with great staff this summer. Three former participants joined us to lead our Student Life team for the program including two recent graduates from the University of Dallas.

Latin in Rome First Days in Roma

July 16, 2015
The Latin in Rome group explored several sites over their first few days in Rome visiting Tusculum, Castel Gandolfo, St. Peter's Square, Piazza Navona, the Aventine Hill, the Theatre of Marcellus, Ceveteri, Tarquinia and Santa Severa.

Shakespeare in Italy First Days in Roma

July 15, 2015
The Shakespeare in Italy group explored several sites over their first few days in Rome visiting the Aventine Hill, the Theatre of Marcellus, the Roman Forum, Colosseum, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.

From Irving to Italy

July 14, 2015
We were very happy to welcome our High School Summer Program participants for Shakespeare in Italy and Latin in Rome to our Irving campus on July 8th. The students departed for our Rome campus on July 9th, arriving at DueSanti on July 10th. Each program then began its own enriching journey!

SP15 Final Dinner in Rome

May 06, 2015
To begin final exams week, the students rode buses into the city for a final dinner in Rome. The evening included a final mass in Rome celebrated by Rome chaplain Msgr. Fucinaro at the church of San Martino ai Monti.

SP15 Galleria Borghese

April 29, 2015
For the last Art & Architecture visit of the semester the students visited the Galleria Borghese, a beautiful villa-turned-museum situated among the Borghese Gardens.

SP15 Dallas Volunteer Program

April 27, 2015
Every semester the Rome students have a chance to enrol in a one-credit course called the Dallas Volunteer Program in which the University of Dallas pairs with local schools to teach English to Italian students.

SP15 People & Places of the European Past

April 27, 2015
During the Rome semester the students have the opportunity to take a one-credit class called People and Places of the European Past. Each week features an exceptional individual who made an impact on Europe's history and often a class trip to a place in Rome significant to that person.

SP15 Vatican Museums

April 20, 2015
The students attended their penultimate Art & Architecture visit to the Vatican Museums, which houses some of the most prominent works of Italian art.

SP15 Women's Retreat

April 20, 2015
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SP15 Northern Italy Trip

April 20, 2015
The final group trip of the Spring 2015 semester was to Northern Italy, including visits to Florence, Venice, and Bologna. The trip began with a bus ride to Florence, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and home of renowned artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Dante, Donatello, and Michelangelo. Upon arrival, students joined faculty and staff for walking tours, which oriented students to the city and stopped at several major sites including Santa Maria Novella, San Lorenzo, Santa Maria del Fiore (the Duomo), and the Ponte Vecchio.

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