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Challenges, emotions and responsibilities. Chiara Cucco's point of view: field, study and life in the States.

The desire to leave and the impact with the United States. The initial fears and adaptation to a new culture, a new way of life, a new country. Satisfaction on and off the field, study, daily commitments and differences with Italy.

We interviewed Chiara Cucco, student-athlete of Hofstra University, who told her story at 360°.

What should I eat in college? The experience of Margherita Bianchin

Trouble. Prejudice. Sometimes even fear. Italians are very attentive to food, the quality of products and what they eat. Right, absolutely right, but often the food issue in the States is exaggerated a bit. To give you some more info, to tell you about a direct experience and provide you with some gastronomic suggestions, we asked Margherita Bianchin, our former student-athlete at St.

ACT or SAT? The differences to better orient yourself in the choices

At first glance, the two tests are not very different: both are officially recognized as valid tests for admission to American colleges, so the choice of which to take remains absolutely at the student's discretion. Following the changes to the SAT test in 2016, the two exams have different similarities:

- Both contain similar sections (Reading, Math, etc.) which appear only once and in a predefined order.

Track & Field. The experience of Alessio Sommacal

Not just volleyball. We had a chat with Alessio Sommacal, student-athlete from Cal Poly Pomona (California State Polytechnic University) and part of the men's track and field team. Alessio has recently improved his personal best and is preparing for both the CCCA - CALIFORNIA COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Championships this weekend and the NCAA outdoor finals at the end of the month. His impact in the States, the goals, ambitions and sporting differences between Italy and the United States.

Interview with Leonardo Annichini after the second consecutive title

After taking the victory in the Heart of America Athletic Conference, the GrandView University men's volleyball team succeeds in the feat and also triumphs at the NAIA National Finals in DesMoines, Iowa, thus repeating last year's success. National Finals that also speak a little Italian: 3 of our compatriots took part in the finals: Filippo Meoni (son of Marco Meoni, at Vanguard University), Luciano Bucci (Park University) and Leonardo Annichini (GrandView University).

Title IX. A long path to gender equity.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the approval of Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments, a fundamental piece of legislation for gender equity in the United States that reads “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

Face to face with Rita Buck-Crockett

 In recent weeks, the calendars of the NCAA women's beach volleyball season have finally been made official, which will begin at the end of February. Among the universities that will be starting, Florida International University , will make its debut on March 4th at the Jacksonville Invitational. So this week we bring you an interview with FIU Head Beach Volleyball coach, Rita Buck-Crockett (1957, San Antonio, Texas).