“I love my family and going to the movies,” Reports Intermediate Italian Student
LYONS HALL — Raising her hand for the first time in weeks, sophomore Katie Moskovitz (MCAS ‘19) informed her Intermediate Italian class Wednesday afternoon that she reportedly loved her “family and going to the movies.” Sources confirmed that her proclamation seemed credible, citing previous statements given by Moskovitz which suggested that her mother was “nice” and her brother was “funny.”
“Amo la mia famiglia.” reported Moskovitz during a discussion about likes and dislikes. “E andare al cinema.” Although she struggled a little to articulate her love for both her family and the movies, this is likely due to her strong emotional attachment to the subject.
“It’s hard being away at college,” said Moskovitz’s classmate, Erin G. O’Bragh (LSOE ‘19), who hails from Braintree, Massachusetts. “I love my family too, and strangely enough I also like going to the movies—although I probably wouldn’t say I love it.” In response to her bold statement, several other of Moskovitz’s peers also voiced their love for their friends, shopping, and going to restaurants.
Professor Marco Collinignositellonetti talked to the Classic after Thursday’s class regarding these brave claims. According to Collinignositellonetti, statements like these are common in his 1:30 section of ITAL1113. “The students often share about what they like and dislike in class. It’s not unusual for us to spend an entire class period talking about only that, actually.”
At press time, Moskovitz had reportedly not gone to a movie theater since October, and was ignoring 6 missed calls from her mother.