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Battling a double whammy – mental health and Covid-19

By Louise Sköld Boström Covid-19 has undoubtedly affected people in several ways and this past year has taught us that mental health is no exception. Due […]

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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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Anxiety Rises in Italy: 11 Cities in Quarantine, 152 Cases, 5 Deaths

By Klai Iheb Venice Carnival been stopped, Milan is closed and eleven cities are under two weeks of quarantine. Northern Italy is preparing to live in days […]

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The Skating Season has Begun!

  By Paula Paredes Christmas is a synonym for many wonderful things and one of them is skating! Whether you are an expert, like to skate once […]

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The Irishman preview: everything you need to know about Martin Scorsese’s Netflix film

  By Faraz Mhd The creation of many cinephiles’ dreams: a project digs deep into the organized crime group that prompted the Kennedys to go after the […]

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Festive Cheer in Budapest’s Christmas Markets

By Bernadett Radnai Just like many other European cities in December, Hungary’s capital, Budapest, takes a shower in Christmas lights and snowflakes to transform itself into […]

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Romania: historic defeat of the left in the presidential election

Center-right president Klaus Iohannis wins with 63% of the vote against Social-Democrat candidate Viorica Dancila. After three years in government, the Romanian Social Democratic Party was […]

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Lebanon: On the brink of a revolution?

by Klai Iheb Hundreds of students staged a sit-in on Wednesday in front of schools, universities and the Ministry of Education in defiance of the decision […]

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Euphoria: A Dark Teen Show Representing the Hardships of Generation Z

By Dominika Sipos The TV show, Euphoria, shows that behind all the glitter and gold, there are flawed teenagers using drugs and sex to navigate the […]

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A Young Society Heading in the Wrong Direction

By Berta Kungyte It is often said, “We are only as strong as we are united, and only as weak as we are divided.” As it […]

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What’s going on in Hong Kong?

By Klai Iheb   It all began in early June with a controversial bill facilitating extradition to China. Since then, the demonstrations that have been shaking […]

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Flow into Writing: McDaniel Budapest Writing Center Edition

By Marketty Bleck   “Where do I start?” “The minimum is 1000 words, but I only have 600, how do I meet it?” “I guess I […]

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Tunisia election 2019: An electoral insurrection against the system

By Klai Iheb   Kaïs Saïed, a retired law professor, won the second round of Tunisia’s presidential election, claiming 73% of the votes in a straight […]

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Peaky Blinders: An addicting, action-filled epic

By Faraz Mhd Peaky Blinders is an addicting show I have been watching since 2016. The storyline is so intriguing I have to re-watch the show […]

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A day of commemoration, October the 23rd

By Bernadette Radnai October the 23rd happened to fall on a Wednesday this year, one of the most important national holidays for those living in Hungary. […]

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Movie review: Downton Abbey

By Paula Parades https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tu3mP0c51hE Lovers of Downton Abbey have been waiting for this moment for over three years, since the popular six-season series ended in 2015. […]

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A club for diplomacy

By Bernadette Radnai Imagine a student club where it absolutely does not matter where you come from, what you’re studying, what experiences you have in the […]

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The Bethlen Gabor Ter food situation

By Paula Paredes Another year at McDaniel has started, but this time in collective dread as the terrible news of Find Food’s closure hit students hard. […]

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Food Delivered to Your Doorstep

By Marketty Bleck With mid-terms around the corner, late nights and study dates consume our schedules as college students. We are looking for something to eat […]

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Once upon a History lesson

by Gabor L. Szilagyi Some consider Quentin Tarantino to be one the last original directors in Hollywood, his newest movie however brought debate to the public. […]

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Review: Feminists: What were they thinking?

http:// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAgeCLYnwNg By Dominika Sipos Feminism has been a topic of major importance for a long time, especially in the last couple of years when it […]

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It’s Oktoberfest time in Budapest

    by Bernadette Radnai   Buckle your seatbelts for what’s coming up, because Germany’s biggest beer festival, the Oktoberfest (a long-lasting tradition since 1810) is […]

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McDaniel Graduation Ceremony: Class of 2019

By Mubarak Aliyu The graduating class of 2019 included 16 outstanding students from 12 different countries. The ceremony began as usual, with the Hungarian National anthem, […]

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The Beautiful Architecture of Barcelona’s Heart

Kiev Martinez There are few places in Europe as captivating as Spain, and there few places in Spain itself that could compete with the regal majesty […]

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