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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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Practical postgraduate advice and pizza with a McDaniel alumnus

By Kareem Korayem Earlier this month, the college hosted a meeting enabling students to catch up with aMcDanielCollegealumnus. Estephania Luraschi was aMcDanielCollegestudent majoring in Political Science. […]

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A world without war – workshop with Professor Weiss

By Verena Zyla Can you imagine a world without war? I personally have not been able to do so but strongly believe it is possible so […]

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Movie Night: What Is A Man Without A Moustache?

Come enjoy What Is A Man Without A Moustache? with the students of SIS 2100 Gender, Fiction, and Sexuality inCentral Europe, next Monday, 7pm. On Monday, […]

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The Advent and Christmas traditions explained

By Idamina Babarinsa Advent starts four weeks before Christmas (December 25) and it goes on up until Christmas. It started in the 4th century and in […]

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Venezuela en Navidad: Alfonso Majetic celebrates Christmas Venezuelan style

By Alfonso Majetic Christmas is fast upon us and the diverse ways of celebrating this holiday around the world are fascinating. On this occasion, I want […]

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The magic of a Moldovan Christmas

By Alexander Grigorasenco For everyone from a Christian culture Christmas is a very important holiday, and there’s no exception when it comes to Moldovans.Moldovais a small […]

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A Coptic Christmas in Egypt

By Kareem Korayem ThoughEgypthas a majority Muslim population, Christmas is still a very important holiday in the country, celebrated by both Muslims and Christians. The holiday […]

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Horse racing in Budapest

Iji. O. Solomon goes to the races and finds an ideal excuse for starting New Year celebrations early For the lovers of energetic sport, the open […]

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Tuck into traditional Hungarian Christmas food

By Vera Treit As you all know, we Hungarians like abusing our tummies with heavy dishes. These two basic facts don’t tend to change come Christmas. […]

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Charity Concert for the Gal Siblings

On the 17th of December, at 7:00 PM,McDaniel College is opening its doors for a great and important charity concert. The College and the Jewish community […]

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Top Models no more

By Alfonso Majetic [slideshow] The term top model or supermodel has been referring for decades to a highly paid fashion model that has a worldwide reputation […]

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Nightlife: Alexander Grigorasenco gets into the groove at a former iron and copperware factory

The place has an interesting history as well, because the name Mika Tivadar Bar derives from Mika Tivadar himself, who put his name out on the […]

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Heading up to the clouds: the sky’s the limit for efficient college computing

By Idamina Babarinsa For a university or a college, which either successfully achieves its objectives or fails in doing so, the importance of changing its Information […]

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Dead but not buried: millionaires from beyond the grave

By Alfonso Majetic Do you think celebrities earn more millions alive or dead? This is a difficult question to answer. We all know the principle: where […]

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Aerobics: Felix Timmers gets enlightened and in shape by merely attending class

With several doubts and my masculinity on the line I decided to sign up and most importantly to show up for the McDaniel aerobics class. This […]

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UNESCO plays important role in recognizing Palestine at its peril

By Greg Nolan At its general conference in Paris earlier this month,  the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) voted a whopping 106-14 in […]

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Spotlight on Budapest: Two part special on Gellert Hill and the Saint who was rolled down it to his death

Part 2: Who was Saint Gellert asks Kareem Korayem? Though it has a relatively short history, Budapest is packed with interesting and informative stories which would […]

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Spotlight on Budapest: Two part special on Gellert Hill and the Saint who was rolled down it to his death

  Part 1: Rahmi Umut Kucuktetik gives us a foothold on Gellert Hill Gellert hill is a 235 meter high hill which overlooks the Danube running […]

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The American Experience Semester

By Fardin Khanjani  On Thursday October 13 there was a meeting with Rose Falkner regarding the American experience semester for those students who are going to […]

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Egypt rising… or is it?

It seems a long time ago now when the world awoke on February 11 for the most part in blissful shock and amazement, as the announcement […]

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Fall hike goes off without a hitch

By Gregory Nolan [slideshow] Saturday, November 19, was a cold, grey, day in Budapest.  While other students were relaxing in their apartments, a group of 10 […]

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All Saints Day vs Halloween

Idamina Babarinsa sheds light on the ghoulish goings on  All Saints day is celebrated in Hungary on the 1st of November every year. Originally All Saints […]

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Mexico set to create new trend in the institution of marriage

By Iji. O. Solomon     With a high wave of divorces in Mexico and the legal issues that come along with it, lawmakers in Mexico […]

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Register for Spring 2012 courses

Registration for all Budapest campus students is in less than two weeks—the week of November 14-18. All students who will be studying here in the Spring […]

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Budapest Nightlife: Hanan Shamsan opens the lid of the Doboz box

The open seating area in the courtyard, and the “DOBOZ,” where two bars and the main dance floor is located. Picture taken August 27th, 2011. As […]

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Bullying- let’s beats the deadly trend

By Veronika Treit “Bullying is for losers,” said Lady Gaga at one of her concerts, after one of her fans –14-year-old Jamey Rodemeyer – was literally […]

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Field trip to the Aquincum Roman ruins: uncovering Roman ruins

By Felix Timmers and Leigh Choi The relatively sunny and warm fall weather was the perfect beginning for the visit to the Aquincum Museum featuring Budapest’s […]

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Visit the Fine Arts Museum, see the Renaissance

This Saturday at 10am, there will be a visit to the Fine Arts Museum of Budapest. Professor of Art History Peter Bokody will be giving a […]

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Rugby World Cup Semi Finals are here, more surprises in store

by Federica Romana Simone With the end of the Quarter Finals, many dreams of glory of players and fans alike are over, although this is just […]

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Israelis and Palestinians in historic prisoner exchange agreement

By Avi Benyakar On October 11 after 5 years of stalemate, the Israeli government reached agreement with Hamas, the Palestinian government in Gaza, to free captured […]

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Winter is Coming Soon, Lap Up the Sun While it Lasts

By Kareem Korayem Budapest is a beautiful city during the summer and the winter; in either season the city has a special charm that can be […]

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