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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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First set of Champions League quarter-final games – predictions

By Farzin Tazesh   The Champions League final is getting closer, and analysis can predict the expected formations and overall chances of the teams facing each […]

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Adam Johnson: the importance of self-control

  By Ming Huang   Often, people who grow up in a certain environment can end up on the complete opposite side of society as adults. […]

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Square dancing in China

  By Chelsey Chen In recent years, there is a very popular and special type of dancing trending in China, known in Chinese as ‘Guang Chang […]

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The Chinese animal zodiac system

  By Sherry Jin The Chinese zodiac calendar scheme is well-known around the world. The zodiac system comprises a twelve year cycle, in which each year […]

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Vice Media’s cutting-edge Viceland takes us deep down into ‘Bompton’

  By Ming Huang   An in-depth look into the hottest new vice documentary Vice Media is a Canada based magazine and website publishing company focused […]

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From Grass to Grace

  By Rabi Yusuf Something amazing happened in the life of Olajumoke Orisaguna, a bread hawker who became an overnight fashion celebrity earlier this month in […]

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The Champions League Knockout Stage Results and Predictions

By Farzin Tazesh Knockout Round First Two Matches, Chelsea vs. PSG 2-1 and Real Madrid vs Roma 2-0. The champions league first knockout stage started this […]

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China’s Lantern Festival is here to light up the night

  By Sherry Jin   The Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month (this year falling on February 22), had become a […]

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Chinese soft power in the Year of the Monkey

  By Chelsey Chen and Maxim LeFleur   The 2016 Chinese New Year occurred on February 8 Last week marked the beginning of the Year of […]

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Happy Chinese New Year!

  BySherry Jin Chinese New Year, one of the most important days in China and one which is steeped in ancient tradition, is a day of […]

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Newly graduated Zsófia Balassa tells us how to think and stay positive

  ByYoumna Benmaymoun   Zsófia Balassa, a senior student who graduated this semester from McDaniel College Budapest, felt the necessity of sharing with the college students […]

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Oh, Christmas Tree

    By: Hannah Graziano   On a blustery, snowy December day my family and I set out with a thermos of hot chocolate to find […]

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Christmas markets in Budapest

  By Chelsey Chen Christmas markets are traditional, festive street markets and are typically composed of many different local stalls, often clustered in a big square, […]

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Euro 2016: An in-depth look at Hungary’s chances

  By Ming Huang As the famous Hungarian saying goes: “itt az idő, most vagy soha” (The time has come, it’s now or never); there is […]

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McDaniel Students’ visit to the National Museum

  McDaniel students had the great opportunity to visit the Hungarian National Museum, thanks to the new media professor, dr. Zoltán Szűts. On a beautiful autumn […]

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McDaniel does Venice and Vienna, and for credit

  By Sherryjin After the Mid-term exams, McDaniel College Budapest organized a “four days three nights” trip to Venice and Vienna, which was led by Professor […]

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Better late than Never: Halloween for McDaniel Students

Even if Halloween was about a month ago, it is never late to share some of the moments from the McDaniel party, organized by the Student […]

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The McDaniel College Budapest Psychology Club is born

  It all started with an impromptu discussion on a bench in the school’s garden between three psychology students who wanted to take their learning experience […]

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Hungarian Football: the fall and rise of the Mighty Magyars?

By Ming Huang The fall of the Roman Empire, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Stock Market crash of 1929, and the sinking of Hungarian […]

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Trudeau’s gender-balanced cabinet

  By Youmna Benmaymoun   Canada’s newly elected Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has been making headlines for the last few days and there is a legitimate […]

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The fracking truth about the game-changing new gas extraction method

  By Hannah Graziano   Fracking has become an increasingly popular form of gas production that has revolutionized the US oil and gas industry, allowing it […]

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Goodbye to a Soccer Great

By Oluwafemi Samuel Major footballing figures from both the blue and red sides of Merseyside, and from far beyond, paid tribute to Howard Kendall, Everton FC’s […]

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Famous Characters that Graced the WWE’s Attitude Era

  By Oluwafemi Samuel Today’s World’s Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is a mishmash of lackluster matches, programs and poor interviews. All with the intent of making us […]

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Lamar Odom: so much more than a Kardashian

By Ming Huang For the past few days, the US media has been constantly updating on the condition of former NBA superstar Lamar Odom, who woke […]

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An enjoyable, ecclesiastical day out in Esztergom

  By Youmna Benmaymoun   On the last Saturday of September, students of McDaniel College Budapest met at the ungodly hour of 7 a.m. to catch […]

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Spain and Gasol remain on top

By Ming Huang      When speaking of the relationship between Spanish basketball and the sport itself, there is a golden rule that usually holds true, […]

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Every 15th day of eight many Chinese people celebrate

  By Sherryjin   In Chinese tradition, the Mid-Autumn festival, which is held on the 15th day of the eight lunar month, is a day of […]

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The Grandest Budapest Hotel

By Youmna Benmaymoun     In the last few weeks, Budapest’s Keleti train station had hosted thousands of beautiful souls who were escaping their devastated countries, […]

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English football clubs lack cutting edge in Europe, risk fourth Champions League spot

  By Oluwafemi Samuel The poor performance in European competitions in recent seasons, as further witnessed by both Manchester clubs and Arsenal all losing their opening games […]

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How to get a driver’s license in Hungary

By Tobi Onuoha      Getting a driver’s licence as a foreigner consists of three key steps.   Obtaining a drivers licence in Hungary consists of […]

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To give or not to give to the homeless

  By Milly Waikari   From a morality perspective the majority of us, if asked that question, would most likely say “yes.” But that can be […]

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Traveling with Sacred Architecture

By Sarah Sunday     The city of Budapest is filled with churches, mosques, synagogues and other religious places that, on my own, I would have […]

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