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Gamma Kappa Alpha

The purpose of the Drew chapter of the Italian Honor Society, Gamma Kappa Alpha, is to acknowledge students who have attended a minimum of five classes in Italian with an outstanding academic performance. They are invited to become members of the Society during an induction ceremony held on campus in the Spring.

For more information, contact Professor Emanuele Occhipinti (eocchipi@drew.edu).

C.I.A.O.

C.I.A.O. (Cultural Italian American Organization) is a student-run organization dedicated to informing students about Italian and Italian-American culture in an attempt to dispel common stereotypes while enjoying the heritage and language. Students of all majors are welcome.

The Club is very active in organizing cultural and community events, field trips to New York, Opera nights, lectures with international guests (some co-sponsored by the Italian Cultural Institute of New York), film screening, an annual dinner Gala, charities events. Like us on Facebook or Twitter!

For more information you can contact:

Faculty Advisor: Prof. Emanuele Occhipinti – eocchipi@drew.edu
Office: Embury Hall 200
Phone Number: (973) 408-3831

Club Board 2022-23:

President:

Vice President:

Cameron Orefice,

corefice@drew.edu

Charlotte Reing, creing@drew.edu

 

Social Media/Publicity: Kathleen Frazier, kfrazier@drew.edu
Treasurer: Amelia Abruscato, aabruscato@drew.edu
Theme House: Piccola Italia

The Piccola Italia Theme House is located in Haselton 3rd and is open to all students interested in Italian culture and language. Students live in an Italian setting and participate to exciting cultural events organized by the director. Everyone shares a passion for everything Italian! You don’t need to speak or study Italian in order to live there although is highly recommended. Contact Prof. Occhipinti at eocchipi@drew.edu for any questions.

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