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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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The first McDaniel College Budapest Halloween Party

By Mohammed Kutemi On the 31st of October the European campus of McDaniel College, located in Budapest, Hungary, held its first Halloween party hosted by the […]

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SpringLike Fall in the Nagymaros Hills

By Sarah Sunday At the end of September, roughly a dozen students took a hike into the mountains of Nagymaros, a small town half an hour […]

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Volunteer Experience in Beiuş

By István Kovács   Before I arrived to Beius in Romania for the June Term course, my impression was that Habitat for Humanity builds houses with […]

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Spooktacular Halloween Movies

By Zsófia Balassa Halloween is just around the corner, what to do on such a special day? Some of us are going to attend a scary Halloween […]

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Hungarian fish on the hook

By Viktor Jósa There are plenty of world-class angling waters in Hungary to catch fisherman hook, line and sinker. The two major rivers of the Carpathian […]

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Budapest Wine Fest 2013

By Nick Pongratz When you think of European wine, Hungary may not be the first place that comes to mind. Perhaps you are missing out because […]

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Comics and Propaganda: uncovering hidden Superhero identities

By Daniel Csáki Comics are “sacred” forms of printed manifestations of childhood dreams. Most of us had them, loved them and perhaps still do. But were […]

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A TALE OF TWO GREAT PLAYERS

With the previously imperious Novak Djokovic and the resurgent Rafael Nadal battling for supremacy at the summit of men’s tennis, we take a look at the […]

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IMMENSELY IMPRESSIVE IMPRESSIONISM EXHIBITION RUNS AT NATIONAL GALLERY UNTIL OCTOBER 13

By Sarah Sunday Making your way to the Hungarian National Gallery provides the opportunity to pass over the ornate Chain Bridge and to hike up the […]

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PETER CHARLIE ON LIFE AT WESTMINSTER

Peter Charlie is a senior student here at McDanielCollege, studying Business Administration and Economics, who spent two semesters at the main campus in Maryland before returning […]

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UNRAVELING THE MYSTERY OF GREEN TEA

By Shahin Ghoreishi Drinking green tea, which is packed with beneficial, health-enhancing properties, is also an enjoyable drink whether consumed hot or cold, but how much […]

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Who needs another war in the Middle East?

By Fahimeh Karemi The United States Congress is currently pondering whether to take military action in the ongoing civil war in Syria. Voting for a strike […]

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FIVE HOURS AT A HORSE THERAPY CENTER IN FÓT

By Abiade Zainab   Fifteen students from McDaniel college, as well as Dr. Adamson and Professor Jack Arnal from the main campus in Maryland, had the […]

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Cheer up it’s the Champions League

By Nikolas Gavriil Passion, intensity, goals and thrills: this is the Champions League, our oasis in the boring routine of the working week. We’ve all been […]

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Having a blast at lake Balaton

By Edgar Phillips After arriving to Budapest just two weeks earlier, many study abroad students from the main campus went on a sightseeing trip around one […]

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Experience Egon Schiele’s extraordinary early expressionism until Sunday

By Milica Stamenkovic The good news is that an exceptional Egon Schiele exhibition is being held at the Museum of Fine Arts (Szépművészeti Múzeum) in Heroes […]

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2013 – 2014 ISU Skating season preview

By Mary Busch With the 2014 Winter Olympic Games just months away, this fall’s International Skating Union figure skating competitions are sure to be filled with […]

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WHY YOU SHOULD RUSH TO SEE “RUSH”

By Zsófia Balassa Exhilarating, profound, inspirational and mind-blowing. These are the words that rushed around my head, pardon the pun, after I left the movie theatre. […]

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THE SPECIAL ONE IS BACK BUT IS HE STILL SPECIAL?

 By Samuel Oluwafemi.    Chelsea FC and fans must have been glad that they got their “special one” back after a relatively rocky few years since […]

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Sailing in Hungary

By István Kovács As a sailor myself, I can advise that there is no better feeling than being alone or with a companion in the middle […]

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Sacred Sites tour with McDaniel

By Viktor Jósa  The Sacred Sites tour was one of the many interesting weekend programs that were organized by the teachers of McDaniel College Budapest last […]

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Art Nouveau Walking Part 2

Welcome to the second of two tours that between them offer a comprehensive picture of Art Nouveau, or Szecesszió as it is known locally, in Budapest – […]

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Opening the doors to Budapest’s prestigious past

  Doors have as many different meanings as appearances. They may represent an entrance or an exit, a passage to a new opportunity or an escape. A […]

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Art Nouveau Walking Tour Part 1

Welcome to the first of two tours that between them offer a comprehensive picture of Art Nouveau, or Szeszeció as it is known locally, in Budapest […]

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Scintillating Szeszeció: Budapest’s unique take on the Art Nouveau movement

By Fahime Tehrani Hungary covers the vast range of art schools that have come into being over the centuries, and its Budapest is one of the […]

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Film review: The Great Gatsby

By Mark-Antonio Zivic The “Roaring Twenties” was the age of prosperity, party, carelessness and just sheer exuberance. The popular decade is also the setting of Francis […]

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Summer Festival Go-To Guide 2013

By Fahime Tehrani  We are thrilled to bring you a short overview of Budapest summer life. Regardless of the high temperatures these sweltering days, Hungary provides […]

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North Korea: What’s Next?

By Norbert Horvath Tensions have been rising since this past February after North Korea announced it had conducted an underground nuclear test, its third in seven […]

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The Mega Battle Continues

By Norbert Horvath No way,” he says, leaning his massive 6-foot-7, 300-plus-pound body onto the cart’s steering wheel. “That would be allowing them to get away […]

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Iran’s Presidential Election 2013: who will succeed Ahmadinejad? – asks Fahimeh Kari

It might be less than a month until Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s presidential term comes to an end, but he does not seem to believe the fact that […]

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Consider making a Master’s at the CEU your next step

The Central European University (CEU) was founded in 1991 by George Soros, the American-Hungarian financier and philanthropist, in response to revolutionary changes that were transforming Central […]

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Alumnus Interview: Q&A with Sebastian Pesthy

  Sebastian Pesthy is a graduate of McDaniel College, who showed potential and outstanding exemplar worthy to mention when talking about McDaniel students. Throughout his years in […]

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