Dániel Csáki, Author at McDaniel College Budapest

First Uber, then Airbnb ?

By Borisz Priszjazsnyuk Different international companies try to enter the Hungarian market. We can see the presence of companies, such as Uber, Airbnb and Lime in […]

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Intriguing philosophical reads for this autumn

Words and illustrations by Maria Fiala It is officially autumn. With Mid-terms already behind us, reading for pleasure might be the last thing to do. Yet […]

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Is working from home killing office space in Budapest ?

By Bence Takács Budapest is packed with multinational companies, whether we are talking about information technology, international banks, auditing firms or virtually any industry that has […]

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Pakistan protests against its own people

By Tanya Shabu Over thirty thousand people joined to protest in Karachi to display their anti- Shia sentiments, after certain Shia leaders made comments about historic […]

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A tour of alternative street art in the pulsating heart of Budapest

Words and picture by Helia Shahmohammadi In today’s climate of Covid, many of us have been looking for fun and also safe activities to do in […]

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Chinese Tea in Budapest

By Li Simeng Chinese tea is steeped in more than 3,000 years of history, and there are many different types of tea that exude a strong […]

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Football Behind Closed Doors: Is it Ever Going to be the Same?

By Faraz Mhd It seems very strange for players and fans alike but containing the spread of coronavirus is more important than money.After the Covid-19 pandemic […]

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Interview with Zsófia Gorombei

By Angelica Stickle Zsófia Gorombei is an artist and an Interior Designer. She studied Architecture at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. She teaches design classes at […]

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Alcoholism and the Pandemic in Hungary

By Bence Takács Alcoholism has been present in the Eastern European region for many decades and unfortunately Hungary is no exception when it comes to heavy […]

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Reflections From a Flat in the Time of Coronavirus

By Angelica Stickle The piece I’ve decided to show was made during the lockdown for art class. The objective was to draw/paint your own studio.  Naturally, being […]

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IB Exam’s Free Pass

By Niel Casas Since its founding in 1968, the International Baccalaureate program as one of the most recognizable and prestigious alternative high school programs, has never […]

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Partying at Your Peril to Forget Covid-19

By Niel Casas For years, Budapest has been the staple of Europe’s party culture. Cheap drinks, accommodation, and easy transportation has made Hungary’s capital a no […]

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Hitting the Road Again: From Central Europe to North Africa

By Klai Iheb For travelers, being in the same location for almost seven months is an unusual situation. Finally, after all this tough time, I have […]

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Yemen: An Emergency within an Emergency

By Faraz Mhd  Yemen is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world – and children are dying and being robbed of their futures. Photo published by […]

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Trapped: Domestic Violence during Coronavirus Lockdown

By Helia Shahmohammadi Olksandra, a Ukrainian woman isolated in her home in Kyiv with her ex-husband and their two children, says the quiet war her husband was […]

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Tunisia & Corona: “The end of an era”

By Klai Iheb Forbes, an American business magazine founded in 1917 by B.C. Forbes, its head office is located on Fifth Avenue in New York. It has […]

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Numbers Don’t Lie? – Understanding Coronavirus Testing in the United States

By Bence Takács While many states are struggling to reopen their economies in the US during this highly politicized pandemic, one would think that in order […]

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International Travel

By David Chen It is summer and in normal circumstances, a vacation would be a preferable choice for most people. However, ever since the pandemic outbreak, […]

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Trump Cuts Ties with WHO: “China has total control over the organisation”

By Klai Iheb Donald Trump announced the end of the US relationship with the World Health Organization. In April, the administration suspended the funds the United States […]

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Q&A with Professor Tamás Szigeti: Covid’s Challenges to Artists and a Positive Change in How Art can be Accessed.

Interview by Angelica Stickle Tamás Szigeti is an artist and art educator at McDaniel College Budapest. He has studied in Budapest at the University of Applied Arts […]

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Life As We Know It: Restaurant Edition

By Marketty Bleck Countries have shut down entirely to contain the coronavirus. With people having to stay home, there was an uptick in grocery shopping. At […]

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The Local Lowdown for Non-EU Students Studying in Hungary

By Niel Casas On March of 2020, the European Union banned all non-essential travel to non-EU visitors. Within the EU, internal border restrictions were enacted, suspending […]

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Covid Ushers in New Ways in the Hungarian Insurance Industry

By Bence Takács The Coronavirus pandemic in Hungary has also infected insurance companies, forcing the sector to accelerate digital developments in the industry. While these changes […]

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Non-Lethal Weaponry can be Deadly

By Tyler Wood Protests over the killing of George Floyd have been going on since May 26 in the USA, since then police have been heavily […]

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Dürer Back in Town for Fine Arts Frenzy

By Angelica Stickle It has been a couple of weeks since three major museums – The Fine Arts, the National Gallery, and the National Museum reopened […]

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Navigating the New Normal in the Local Job Market

By Niel Casas The onset of the Coronavirus pandemic has upended the job market and forced many Budapest businesses to shift to remote working. With social […]

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Getting Around Town as Budapest Opens Up

By David Chen With the infection rate of Covid-19 having been on a general downward spiral in Hungary for several weeks, on June 16 the Hungarian […]

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Life in Budapest: Slowly Crawling Back to Normal

By Bernadett Radnai As we are approaching the end of May, the flourishingly fresh spring air is slowly waking up the capital of Hungary, that has […]

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Review: Bojack Horseman Season 6

By Dominika Sipos The show Bojack Horseman had a significant influence on how cartoons can be more than comedic—the sixth season launched on October 25th. Its plot […]

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Your Good Karma for this Spring

By Paula Paredes As Budapest is slowly emerging from a mild winter, allow your body to do the same and nourish it with colorful food in […]

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Biden, Sanders: “The Path to the White House”

by Klai Iheb   American television channels declared Bernie Sander’s victory on the basis of projections and preliminary results. Giving him a very large advantage over […]

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Biden, Sanders: “The Path to the White House”

by Klai Iheb American television channels declared Bernie Sander’s victory on the basis of projections and preliminary results. Giving him a very large advantage over the […]

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