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Upcoming School Year & its Activities

By Kiev Martinez To the entire Student Body of McDaniel, congratulations on another successful semester completed! To those of our fraters and sorors that will be […]

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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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Internship Interview with XpatLoop.com’s Stephen Linfitt

By Mark-Antonio Zivic  XpatLoop.com is an English-language portal for expats that live in Hungary. It’s been publishing daily for 12 years, and it’s the leading online […]

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The McDaniel Writing Center

By Viktor Jósa The McDaniel Writing Center was made to help students at McDaniel College to do their essays, homeworks or thesis papers. A whole crew […]

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Nike – the Dark Side of Sport

By Federica Simone Lately, there have been many scandals in the world of sport. From cheating on spouses and drug tests, but even murder – all athletes involved […]

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May the 4th be with you! International Star Wars day

By Federica Simone Star Wars fans all over the world, young kids who recently came to love the saga, and people who loved the saga since […]

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Ton and a half of cocaine seized in Panama

By Milica Stamenković We all know how dangerous cocaine is and its side effects so I will not try to educate you through this article. What […]

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Has Life in Hungary Changed for the Better since 1989?

By Daniel Csáki On March 11 2013, several thousand people gathered in the evening near the offices of Hungarian President Janos Ader, asking him to veto […]

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Be lazy and save the world

By Alfonso Majetic Listen up Americans; do you want to save the earth? Stop working then, or at least cut down. That’s what the The Center […]

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Head to buzzing Belgrade for the Museum Night

By Milica Stamenkovic Belgrade. Some see it as a city of fun, some as a city of history and culture. When it comes to vacation, Belgrade […]

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Amy Palmer on the pearl of Prague and why she’s itching to go back

By Amy Palmer Prague, is a city that has been blessed with a variety of hidden treasures. If your a traveller or even just a student […]

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Uncovering a Hungarian gem at the János Thorma exhibition in Budapest

By Milica Stamenković János Thorma’s “The painter of the Hungarian Barbizon” exhibition is running until May 12 and is definitely worth seeing! The exhibition in the Hungarian […]

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Nowruz: Iranian New Year celebrations on March 21


By Shahin Ghoreishi The New Year festivities or known to Persians as Nowruz, is one of the oldest remnants of antiquity. On March 21st, every new year […]

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Interview: Ex McDaniel student Danny Josa living the dream life

by Viktor Josa Danny Josa was a student at McDaniel College Budapest a few years ago. The people who remember him probably also remember that he […]

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Have you ever seen tears of joy? Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and make it happen

By Fahimeh Karimi It was so cold that I stormed through the parking lot as fast as I could to get to the C2 room, where […]

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Experience the Invisible World : A Visit to the Invisible Exhibition

By Nikola Djokic On Monday, February 25th a group of Students and Faculty members led by Prof. Melinda Harlov visited the Invisible Exhibition in the Millenáris […]

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“The Tree of Life” Film Review

By Mark-Antonio Zivic Just like Picasso displayed his art on a canvas, Terrence Malick showcases his on a screen. Although both men are internationally known for […]

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Chill Out Below the Stairs

By Federica Simone Tired in between classes? Need a comfortable spot where you can sit and read that long book? Well from now on you have […]

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