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Pedophilia – the last taboo

By Sofie Holler Thomassen   Taboos have existed throughout history and across cultures. Taboo’s function as forbidden behaviours whose perpetrators, if caught, fear the most severe […]

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London Trip

by Ruth Odusami London has always been a city I wanted to explore because of its richness in both historic and modern attractions. Although it was […]

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Virag interview

Talking to WBPF World Fitness Champion Virag Kiss; McDaniel’s Own Beauty and Brains Superstar!!!

by Iji O. Solomon Many of McDaniel students’ probably know Virag Kiss the sweet blond girl who graces some of your shared classes and a spot […]

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Breaking News: The EU wins the Nobel Peace Prize 2012

by João Salviano Carmo The EU has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2012. The award recognizes the role of the EU who “for over six […]

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Nigeria and Germany Commemorate Historical Dates

Recently two of the world’s nations had reasons to celebrate. In Africa, Nigeria celebrated its 52nd independence anniversary while in Germany there were celebrations for the […]

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News from Westminster: ANOTHER Incident in North Village

by Abby Richardson This year so far McDaniel has seen a good deal of change and even a dose of the dramatic when it comes to […]

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Is Cristiano Ronaldo really sad with Real Madrid?

by Lorincz Miklos The most valuable football player of the world (Real Madrid paid €94 Million for Ronaldo to Manchester United) is upset in his team, […]

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Caledonia Bar in Budapest Forced to Close

by João Salviano Carmo One of the most visited places by foreigners in Budapest has been ordered to close for two months following a surprise inspection […]

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American Report Condemns the US for Drone Attacks in Pakistan

By João Salviano Carmo A new report by Stanford University and New York University warns to the dangers and trauma that drone attacks in Pakistan are […]

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Delhi – Mumbai, Welcome Aboard!

By Verena Zyla A man in Delhi makes flying a reality for those who usually see a plane from far down below. For those who cannot […]

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News from Westminster

By João Salviano Carmo In this week review of the Free Press we highlight some of the stories that have been reported to us by our […]

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The Sad Truth About White Tigers

The Sad Truth about White Tigers

By: Mary Busch Three white tiger cubs that were born in July of this year have recently been unveiled at the Liberec Zoo in the Czech […]

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News from Westminster

Now that a new academic year begins both the Messenger and the Free Press (our sister publication from McDaniel College in Maryland, USA) slowly begin operations […]

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Tower bridge welcomes the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

The Olympic Flame

For two weeks the world stopped to watch the Olympic Games of 2012. Throughout 16 days of intense competition, passion, laughter, cheers and tears, thousands of […]

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Summer Festival Go-To Guide

Summer Festival Go-To Guide  Since mid-March, summer has been inching closer and closer, and now that it’s finally here there is a mutual suspense in the […]

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Egypt Votes

A year and a half after the successful ouster ofEgypt’s former president, Hosni Mubarak, the country is facing its first “free” presidential elections. As one voter […]

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End of Season Soccer Round-Up

By Filip Florsic   After 44 years, City have finally done its!   An unbelievably exciting end to a pulsating Premier league season sawManchesterCitywin their last […]

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Community and Image: an interview with Guest Professor Robert Trader

By Kareem Korayem I recently sat down with Dr. Robert J. Trader (Communication guest professor from the main campus) for what was supposed to be a […]

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Balaton Wine Festival hits the capital

By Nariman Alatrash   37 wine makers will be present to personally pour more than 200 special wines at the fourth Balaton wine festival in Budapestat […]

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Winning the Prize: The McDaniel Research and Writing Competition 2012 Is Here

(Photo: Dessislava Krasteva gives her presentation during the inaugural competition, held in 2008.) Abel Kayode                                    The McDaniel Prize for writing and Research started in 2008, and […]

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CHEERS TO CHEAP FOOD

By Ian Goldman So this is the first post of my adventures as a young broke and a dare I say handsome cook looking to eat […]

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Budapest Boasts World’s Best Bar

By Alexander Grigorasenco   One more place for Budapest to be proud of: first place in a Lonely Planet organized vote for the world’s best bar goes […]

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United still leads in the Manchester battle for the title

By Filip Florsic Just when Manchester United looked home and dry, relegation threatened Wigan provided the blue half of Manchestera lifeline going in to the next […]

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Making art out of war

By Rahmi Umut Küçüktetik Weapons are not only a tool which many people use to destroy the lives of others, since one man in Maputo, the […]

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Easter: what does it really mean and where does it come from?

By Alexander Grigorasenco Easter comes to our families with the beginning of the good weather, lots of sun, with the rebirth of nature. Symbolically the Christians […]

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Huntswoman: Fashion Weeks 2012

By Hanan Shamsan As fashion weeks in the major European cities and LA have come to an end, I figured that it is an appropriate midway […]

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The Arab spring in the eyes of a successful film maker

By Nariman Alatrash   On Tuesday, February 28 the Central European University hosted one of the most highly acclaimed Egyptian filmmakers, Khaled Youssef, who is known […]

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Organizing the Charity Concert: an interview with Professor Zita Pandi

On December 17 of last year, McDaniel College Budapest had the good fortune to host a charity concert, given by the renowned Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra. […]

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The Museums of Budapest

March 15 marked not only Hungarian Independence Day, a national holiday commemorating the 1848-49 war against Austrian-Habsburg rule, but also a unique opportunity to enter Hungary’s […]

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Celebrate St. Paddy’s day Budapest style

By Filip Florsic St. Patricks day is coming up next Saturday on the 17th of March and it’s certainly not avoidingBudapest. So if you like the […]

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Tips for Low-Income College Students Travelling Abroad

By Monay Threats-McNeil   Many of us hear stories about how their friend travelled toVenezuelato help build houses for underprivileged families. Or maybe we’ve heard about […]

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Scintillating musical trends from Nigeria and Africa reach America and beyond

By Iji Solomon A new wave of musical excitement created by a mix of African grind, hip-hop, soul, and superb videos showing the richness and unique […]

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