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Catching the Christmas vibe in Budapest

By Mihai Damascan Not only are families and churches getting ready for the day of Jesus’ birth, but also our environment – the towns and even […]

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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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Steve Jobs: the legend of our times

By Veronika Treit When Steven Paul Jobs was born on February 24, 1955, nobody knew that he would be the one to rewrite the history of […]

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McDaniel College Budapest Opening Convocation, Fall 2011

by Felix Timmers Fresh faces back from a long summer break: students and faculty met each other again on September 5th. The Opening Convocation started off […]

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The RWC is back: give it a try

by Federica Romana Simone Paint your face and take your jersey out of the closet because it’s time to cheer again! The Rugby World Cup is […]

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Important Announcement

All Budapest campus students are reminded that proof of tuition payment is due next Monday, September 26. If your proof of payment is not received by […]

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Getting the Secret Out

An interesting story, as well as a bit of horn-tooting for the main campus in Westminster as well as us in Budapest: McDaniel College has been […]

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Perceptual Drawing–More Info

A newly announced course offering for Fall 2011, ART 1101 Perceptual Drawing is a course meant for art majors and non-majors alike. It fulfills the Creative […]

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Upcoming TOEFL tests in Budapest

The TOEFL testing center in Budapest will be holding the TOEFL test on the following dates: -July 8 -July 23 -August 5 -August 20 -August 27 […]

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Roma Rights and Internship Opportunity

Interested in human rights activities? The European Roma Rights Center is offering internships on a competitive basis. If you have any questions about the academic aspects […]

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Journalism, Communication, Political Science, and Business Students Wanted

RoTaPress International is looking for student editors, reporters, analysts RoTaPress International is a new media center and website aimed at bringing news of the world to […]

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New Art Course: Perceptual Drawing

Fall 2011 course offerings, edited: Please note the addition of a course to the ART/AHY listings, ART 1107 Perceptual Drawing. All students, majors and non-majors, are […]

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Radio Opportunity

Students: anyone interested in getting a bit of radio experience–including on the air this summer? The radio show “Honti es Hanna”, on Fridays 4-6pm, is looking […]

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Farewell to our graduating students

Kelechi Ajoku As the semester comes to a wrap, we will not fail to bid a fond farewell to our graduating seniors: Anais Bandura, Laszlo Frenyo, […]

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The Hungarian Constitution

Vera Treit The Hungarian Constitution of 2011 was accepted on the 18th of April and it will be enforced from January 1st, 2012. As I am […]

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OBITUARY Professor Pál Rózsa

Professor Pál Rózsa (1925-2011) Professor Pal Rozsa, a founding member of the faculty of McDaniel College Budapest, passed away in his home on May 10, aged […]

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