October 2014 College Budapest


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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A chill from the past: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

  Film review by Bence Janek   Nowadays, when the plot of horror movies has nothing but senseless bloodbath, mutilated human bodies and torture, it can […]

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Halloween, has it lost its original purpose?

  Hungary slowly losing tradition for the original “All Saints’ Day”   By Tobi Onuoha In Hungary All Saints’ Day is a tradition that goes far […]

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Louis van Gaal

Can Louis Van Gaal arrest Manchester United’s decline?

By Tobi Onuoha Man United leapt up to fourth in the Premier League following an albeit unconvincing win over Everton before the international break, but given […]

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Easy Weekend Getaway to Zagreb

Kelsey Mannix Zagreb, Croatia: a small city with history, beautiful architecture, and the world’s shortest funicular track. Just a five hour bus ride from Budapest, Zagreb […]

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Pal Domjan 1946-2014 It is our sad duty to inform the college community that Professor Pal Domjan has passed away at the age of 68.  He […]

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The Saints Keep Marching On

  Oluwafemi Samuel   Southampton Football Club continues to show that it can deliver in the English Premier League as they continue their unbeaten form over […]

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Local elections: foreigners can vote too  

  By Cristina Ciobanu   If you miss exercising your right to vote while living in a foreign country- now it’s your chance to vote. Do […]

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Scottish Referendum: the aftermath

What the future holds for Britain and Scotland. By Emmanuel O. Even though the Scottish Referendum ended in a “no” vote, there will still be some […]

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