JINGLE BELLS JINGLE BELLS!
Christmas is getting closer, the weather is defenetely getting colder and the first snow flakes have fallen. Best thing to do is to keep warm with a nice hot tea or hot chocolate by your side, catch up on readings annnnnd maybe start studying a bit ;) If you're thinking about christmas gifts a nice idea could be to make some homemade ones (check this list out). We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter and have a nice winter break! -Your newsletter team
ALL ABOUT ADVENT CALENDAR
Hey you chocolate lovers! Have you already bought your advent calendar? Check out this article to find out some fun and historical facts about this tradition!
ASSG Bingo Night
With the festivities season drawing near, the ASSG makes sure to give us another thing to look forward to and distract us from meticulously counting the days. For the "experienced” in the field, if there can be any, is Bingo night time, while the not so enlightened amongst us will have the opportunity to check it out themselves on 12th of December. With fun being guaranteed and the high probability of winning some rather substantial rewards, all you have to do is to save the date and bring your lighter before-Christmas self to Centro Arpino. Stay tuned and see you all in there!
The hardworking group behind the newsletter has been able to give us, your student representatives Davide Fede and Philip Linander, the opportunity to share with all of you what we are up to. Anyone interested will be able to see what was talked about in the latest Faculty Meeting here. It’s our hope that you will come and talk to us as soon as you feel like expressing your critique. Wether there is something you appreciate or something you strongly disagree with in the way we are keeping the discussion between students and professors, don’t hesitate to give us your opinion!
Not another classical conference to sit through... but an UNCONFERENCE! Join it on Tuesday (5th Dec | 5 pm | Tavole) and talk about what you care for, what you haven’t understood, what you ask yourself and what you dream with fellow students and professors. Check out how an unconference works here.
BOOK & MOVIE CORNER
More than honey
“If bees were to disappear from the globe, mankind would only have 4 years left to live.”
These drastic words, supposedly spoken by Albert Einstein, sum up the problems that the global extinction of bees would bring upon us.
More Than Honey is a Swiss documentary, which explores the possible causes of the mass vanishing of bees happening right now. The movie shows the complex of problems beekeepers from different regions of the world are facing and the impact it has, not only on the production of honey. Director Markus Imhoof accomplishes this by using incredible close up footage of bee colonies and by explaining it in a scientific, yet intriguing way.
The DVD will be available at UniSG library from December 19
Libby Clow is originally from Portland, Oregon.
She finished her MFC communicating Quality Products in 2008 and she is now in the U.S.
Her work started with olive oil and she is now a "product hunter", working as a chef consultant and recipe developer.
She gave us some golden tips on how to live our Unisg experience to the fullest. Check it out!
INSTAGRAM OF THE MONTH
Christmas is coming, and not only the festivity, but also presents, friends, family and FOOD are! Start the best winter month with La luna sul cucchiaio, a food blogger that cares about food, its integrity and healthiness. Enjoy it and have a nice christmas guys!
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Healthier beer and drought-proof crops?
Scientists have cracked the genetic code of barley — opening up the potential for healthier beer and more importantly drought resistant crops.
Not only is this Coffee Cup Beautiful, but it's Made From - Coffee.
Sustainable, functional, and a pleasure to hold- this cup of coffee is made for a good morning.
With the approach of the holidays, the desire to get together and have a good time is rising.
What better than a warm risotto paired with red wine? Lorenzo Breda remembers the passed winters with this traditional first course from Veneto.. Check out his family recipe!
EVENTS IN DECEMBER
JOB OFFERS OF THE MONTH
UNISG Fluent in English and love Slow Food? Carlo Petrini is looking for his next assistant!
London, UK. A specialist independent caterer is looking for someone who will strengthen the environmental & social responsibility. Interested?
Milan, Italy. Bop, a culinary startup is offering a stage for a food passionate trainee with experience in the kitchen.
Milan, Italy 23 restaurant is offering a stage as Sommelier! Permanent job, suitable also for non - experienced Sommelier.
Amber Bewick, Viola Giorgione, Lukas Küblböck, Marta Manicone,
Camilla Bondioli, Asya Argentieri, Elena Terzano, Nikola Gruev, Dana Tal
SPECIAL CREDIT: Lisa Wittich (illustration)