John Cabot University in Rome, where I am teaching this summer, has two campuses. The Tiber Campus sits across from the Tiber River, so the reason for its name is obvious. Unless you are from New Jersey, the significance of the name of the campus where I teach is not so obvious. I teach at the Guarini Campus – named after Frank Guarini, who represented Hudson County in Congress for years. Guarini is a trustee of John Cabot University, and the school’s public policy institute is named after him.
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