Hunimed’s third anniversary party: contests, music, entertainment and divulgation

“Ciao Rozzano. Siete caldi?”, this is not the start of a rockstar stage performance, but how the Rector Marco Montorsi opened Hunimed’s third anniversary party. Professor Montorsi and Giorgio Ferrari, CEO of Humanitas University, highlighted the results and the goals achieved in this three years.

Both prof. Montorsi and dott. Ferrari gave emphasis to the community involvement as a mean to inspire open collaboration between University, students, faculty and Hospital professionals as well as among different groups of students.

At this regard dr. Ferrari launched HuniWave Radio crew which had its debut for the first official event and gave announcement of the “Green Campus” contest, supported by two representatives of the Student Events Committee.

Just after the Rector’s and CEO’s speeches Huniwave radio took the stage: “The concept of the evening was to let our community to taste all the flavors and spirit of the radio: music, entertainment, divulgation and sport” said Alberto Molteni – Speaker and Coordinator of Huniwave Radio. HuniWave Radio Dj sets and live songs played by the Radio band powered the music of the evening. While Tessitori di Voce storytellers and astrophysicist Luca Perri showed that entertainment can be effectively combined with literature and scientific divulgation.

   

  

A special thanks to those who made possible this celebration:

Astrophysicist Luca Perri, Tessitori di voce storytellers Rosetta, Massimo, Ferruccio, Laura, Students of Event Committee Francesca and Alessia and of course the entertainment lymph: The HuniWave Radio crew. Thanks to speakers, djs and dancers: Alberto, Simone, Giovanni, George, Giulia, Erika, Debora, Band musicians: Tommaso (bass), Vittorio (Eletric Guitar and voice), Davide (Eletric guitar and voice), Ian (drums), and all HuniWave radio students who worked for this celebration: Omar Abu, Gaia, Naz, Leonora, Guendalina and Giulio, Emanuela, Andrea, Elena, Luca, Shubashee, Benedetta, Francesca, Sasha, William, Fred, Marco, Clara, Karolina, Vincenzo, Maria Federica, Ishwraira, Federico, Margherita, Susanna, Matteo.

 

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