Responsible Fighters: Activists Against Art

Largely debated, in the present times the climate action topic is at the center of the attention of the media. We’re experiencing pretty tough times in terms of effects of climate changes, and we can not really expect this whole situation to improve too quickly. Clearly, we’re not doing enough to fight climate change and, […]

I AM LOST: The Struggle of Being in your 20s.

On a hot summer day last year, I turned 20, and I was not happy; I was miserable. I did nothing, and I had nothing. I had dropped out of college and didn’t have a job. It felt as if the moment I turned 20 and started living independently, I should have already achieved something […]

Royalty Reimagined: Charles III and his Modern Coronation

In a world of ever-evolving dynamics, where scandals and controversies dominate the headlines, one event manages to captivate the collective imagination of the masses: the coronation of Charles III. As the heir to the British throne, Charles has witnessed the tumultuous influence of his family over the years, from the rebellious antics of Harry and […]

Cook it, Record it, Success: a BTV and BFood Event

The Event  On Thursday 4th of May, “Il Sapore del Successo” (“Success’s taste”) took place in Aula Perego, with the moderation of Professor S. Borghini. The event was dedicated to the discussion of food and cooking related topics and organized thanks to the collaboration between BocconiTv and BFood. The conference has seen the interventions of […]

Film and TV Series Production: Highlights from “Behind the Scenes” Event

It was a chilly evening in April. The large lecture room in “Leoni” was crowded. Suddenly a collective gasp arose from the female population of the audience: he had arrived. Luscious curly hair, warm dark eyes and a single rebellious, silver earring. He is Giacomo Giorgio, the suave Italian actor of the Rai/Netflix hit-series “Mare […]

Gimme, Gimme, Gimme Another ABBA Story: Interviste agli Attori e Retroscena

Chi si riscalda la voce, chi cerca l’abito per la scena successiva, chi ripassa le battute davanti allo specchio; questo è il primo impatto che ho avuto con la sala in cui si sono svolte le prove per il musical “Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie another ABBA story”.  Anche quest’anno, l’associazione Bocconi Live Performance (BLPSA) ci regalerà […]

Bocconi, Design e Croissants: Report sull’Evento Domus BreakFast in SDA

La Settimana del Design a Milano siè da poco conclusa per lasciare spazio al forse più noto Salone del Mobile, e da due settimane a Milano imperversa il brivido artistico di uno dei momenti più emozionanti per gli appassionati del mondo Design. Anche in questa circostanza la nostra amata Università non ha mancato di figurare […]

An Unreliable Itinerary to Milano Design Week

Get your bucket hats ready and put on your stylishly long coats. It is Design Week! The first, ehm sorry, second most trendy week of Milano. This weekend, Brera’s Design District will showcase the best designers from all over the world which will make you question the fine line between art and business, private and […]

The Endless Battle: A retrospective analysis on protests and marches for Women’s rights

The first mass demonstration for women’s activism was held by the suffragette movement, at the beginning of the 20th century. Their leader, Alice Paul, was an American women’s rights activist and strategized two major events: Woman Suffrage Procession and the Silent Sentients. The former, held in 1913 in Washington DC, was to protest against the […]

Freshman 15: Thoughts on our Student Body Image

“Freshman 15”, a common expression used in media, which is defined by Urban Dictionary as the “weight (typically 10-15 lbs, 5-7kg) that first-year college undergrads often gain.” It’s commonly used in American media, so perhaps not everyone has heard this expression before, but it highlights a very relevant topic in society today, which is body […]