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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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2014: the year Hungarians rose up and cast off a history of quiet resignation

  By Nick Pongratz   2014 turned out to a big year for protests, from Hong Kong, to Ferguson, Missouri, but also here in Hungary. During […]

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Exploring the legend of Santa Claus  

  By Tobi Onuoha   Every year children wake up on December 25 and run straight to the Christmas tree to see what Santa has brought […]

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Countdown to Christmas: top Christmas songs and movies

By Anna Kalmár   If you’re not feeling in the Christmas mood just yet, one way of getting into it is through music. Seasonal songs bring […]

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Christmas continues to catch on in China

By Haisha Wang   Christmas, as one of the most important western holidays, is now becoming increasingly popular in big Chinese cities since China has been […]

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 Awesome art night winds down semester  

  By: Emmanuel Olaye   McDaniel College Budapest’s final art exhibition of the semester included the work of the Perceptual Drawing, Painting, and Digital Photography courses, […]

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Actions speaking louder than words: peaceful protests for Ferguson

  By Kelsey Mannix   Months after the death of Michael Brown, and less than two weeks after the verdict that Officer Darren Wilson would not […]

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Interview with water polo player Krisztián Szöllősi

By Cristina Ciobanu   Krisztián Szöllősi is a Hungarian Water Polo player who started when he was just six years old; he says this is when kids […]

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Catcalling: compliment or harassment?

By Kelsey Mannix   Recently, a video of a woman walking around New York City for ten hours, receiving catcalls and comments from men the entire […]

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