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The science of art: Nate Craig combines his interests in art history and STEM; Jennifer Micale; Binghamton News

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Scratch the surface of the world and you find math. In that light, Nathanial Craig’s dual major in art history and mathematical sciences makes sense.

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The Best Day Trips From Rome; Katherine Alex Beaven; Oyster

Italy – Etruscan Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia

Rome may be the Eternal City, but that doesn’t mean you can’t sneak away for a day to explore the handful of other sites nearby. Whether you haven’t quite had your fill of ruins, feel like drinking wine spouting from a town fountain, are looking for a different perspective, or want to pump your feet down the side of a mountain, we’ve got an unforgettable day trip for you. We’ve tried to go beyond the obvious (but still well-worth-it) places like Pompeii, Ostia Antica, and Tuscany to give you a glimpse at other sweet spots between one to three hours from Rome. Some of these places are accessible by public transportation, but for most, you’ll have to either rent a car or join a tour group. Trust us, they’re worth it.

1. Tread through two UNESCO World Heritage sites at Tivoli.

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