In this difficult moment for Italy I have been asking myself what to do at first, as the Editor in chief of a magazine dedicated to Italy, Italian Americans and Americans who have an interest in Italy. Running a classical reportage from Rome, penning an editorial column, offering a personal comment? My choice in the end has been to let a younger member of our editorial staff tell how she felt yesterday when news about the fall of Italy's government reached her in New York. In the spirit of i-Italy--that of bridging past and present, in Italy and America--the emotions of our young collaborators are as relevant as the op-eds of so many influential commentators. These also will follow, of course, in the next days.