October 2011 College Budapest

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Travelling back in time in the historic city of Yazd.

By Faraz Mohammadi Bahabadi A living testimony to an intelligent use of limited resources in the desert for Survival. The historic city of Yazd, A UNESCO […]

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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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