How democracy works
“It’s not enough to win elections, you have to know how to govern”: the vision of Mark Kennedy, former American congressman and guest speaker at LUISS.
This year’s Christmas party and raffle for LUISS students is almost here
The university will be closed from December 24, 2014 until January 3, 2015
On November 28, 2014, a delegation of 18 LUISS students visited the Navy High Command (CINCNAV)
On November 26 the community garden was inaugurated at the Viale Romania campus
On Wednesday, November 26, the Oversight Body on the Lawfulness of the Economy presented their third report at LUISS, entitled White Mafias: The Grip of Money Laundering on the Economic Fabric of Rome
On Thursday, December 4, students will play against LUISS faculty and staff in a soccer game for a good cause
The latest winners of the foreign service competitive examination met with new students in the LUISS SoG program
Nicola Grillo is a LUISS graduate in Law and, thanks to a scholarship from the Ermenegildo Zegna Group, is pursuing his dream of a career in the foreign service
On November 26, 2014 the project from the students at LabGov will be inaugurated at Viale Romania
Alessandro Cagli, director of European Affairs for Ferrero in Brussels, who has a lot of experience in EU politics, was one of LUISS's first graduates
The new book by LUISS professor Paolo Peverini discusses the most innovative forms of social communication
Professor Matteo Caroli, full professor of Economics and Management of International Companies, explains the value of regional marketing
A former American congressman and director at George Washington University, Professor Mark Kennedy spoke at a LUISS conference entitled "Making Democracy Work"
LUISS researcher Michele Bocchiola talks about his essay on the contradictions generated by the concept of privacy