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Club room

The New Clubroom of McDaniel College

By Dominika Sipos The new club room has opened its door for all the students of McDaniel.   The Student Body Council (SAC) and volunteers have been […]

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Studying in Hungary, commemorating the revolution

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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Window restaurant closed

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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Hungarian universities, food deliveries

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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Oktoberfest while studying in Budapest

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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March 15th in Budapest

March 15th – Revolution and Liberty

By Szilágyi L. Gábor Every year, just like those previous, Hungary celebrates the anniversary of its 1848 revolution. The date is March 15th 1848. Hungary is […]

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The football clubs of Budapest

On the heels of Puskás, Czibor and Kocsis: the football clubs of Budapest

By Nils Petersen Even though moving to a new city is exciting, it also means leaving cherished things behind such as family and friends; but most […]

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Studying in Europe, Visit the Mummies

Mummies of the World Exhibition

By Ötvös Mirella Meet the largest collection of real mummies and the secrets their story hold while visiting the magnificent Mummies of the World Exhibition at […]

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The 1st exhibition in Budapest

The School of London’s first exhibition in Budapest

By Sarah Diefallah The Hungarian National Gallery is hosting an exhibit displaying the works of phenomenal artists such as Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Frank Auerbach, Paula […]

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Christmas market in Budapest

Holiday vibes at Budapest Christmas market

By Mirella Ötvös   The Budapest Advent and Christmas Fair at Vörösmarty Square opened early this year on November 9, welcoming guests, families and tourists for […]

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Studying in Budapest, upcoming events

Upcoming Halloween events and various traditional celebrations

By Mirella Ötvös Halloween takes place on October 31 and is celebrated all around the world by people wearing costumes of frightening creatures, carving pumpkins, and […]

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Gastronomy events in Hungary

Upcoming Hungarian gastronomy events

By Mirella Ötvös   The arrival of Fall 2018 has not only brought back the chilly weather, but also a bunch of fun seasonal festivals in […]

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Frida Kahlo exhibition lights up Hungarian National Gallery

By Sarah Daifala   Once you step into the hall of the Hungarian National Gallery, you will be overwhelmed by a feast of colors where an […]

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Pub Crawl 2018

McDaniel Budapest Fall 2018 Pub Crawl

By Kiev Martinez Camaraderie was the word of the night during the annual McDaniel College Budapest year-opening pub crawl. Students gathered at the customary spot UdvarRom […]

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McDaniel Budapest college

Upcoming School Year & its Activities

By Kiev Martinez To the entire Student Body of McDaniel, congratulations on another successful semester completed! To those of our fraters and sorors that will be […]

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McDaniel visiting Pannonhalma

McDaniel Budapest visit to Pannonhalma

By Kiev Martinez On a gray, drizzly morning, we set out to see one of the most historic sites in all of Hungary – the beautiful […]

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Music for People in Trouble

Susanne Sundfør brings magic in form of music to Budapest

By Sofie H. Thomassen   With one of the most powerful records of 2017, the Norwegian singer-songwriter Susanne Sundfør is touring Europe these days. On Friday […]

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NGHTMRE at Barba Negra

A treat for trap music lovers of Budapest: NGHTMRE’s show at Barba Negra

By Dan Bolboceanu Budapest, and Hungary in general, is one of the main hotspots for music in the summer. Sziget Festival is aimed for lovers of […]

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Visit theatres while studying in Budapest

Madách Szinhaz

By Briana Gomez Looking for entertainment in Budapest? Look no further than Madách Színház, barely a kilometer from McDaniel’s Budapest campus. This popular playhouse hosts large […]

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Renting, Hungarian universities

To rent or not to rent

By Bridget Daley An indispensable component of life is a place to call home; in Budapest, apartment prospects continue to diminish as rental prices steadily increase. […]

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Christmas during international studies in Europe

Catching the Christmas vibe in Budapest

By Mihai Damascan Not only are families and churches getting ready for the day of Jesus’ birth, but also our environment – the towns and even […]

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Eating proper food

Want to eat proper food? ‘Find Food!’

By Mihai Damascan Eat? Find Food! 1078, Budapest, István utca 5. Opening hours: Mo-Fr. 8am – 6pm, Sa. 9am – 3pm The question going through our minds […]

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Comedy Open Mic

Stand-up Budapest, it’s tragicomedy time!

By Alexsa Aleksic After visiting a stand-up comedy act with an “open mic” yesterday, the performance simply left me speechless and pushed me to do a […]

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Svnseas performance

Svnseas performs at Kuplung, starring McDaniel’s Peter Kiss

By Pali Enevoldsen One of our fellow students, Peter John Kiss, a communications major at McDaniel, recently performed at Kuplung with his band Svnseas, and we […]

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Upcoming movies

Upcoming movie releases

By Bridget Daley   Summer is over and fall is upon us, and among traditional seasonal escapades such as pumpkin carving, trick or treating, and putting […]

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McDaniel visiting the Liszt Academy of Music

McDaniel at the Liszt Academy of Music

By Allison Isidore                           (Photo by Allison Isidore of Yoon Kuk Lee conducting during […]

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Summer fun in Budapest, studying in Europe

Fun things you can do over the summer in Budapest

By Paula Enevoldsen   Staying in Budapest for the summer instead of going home? Or not having big travel plans? Getting depressed about it? Here I […]

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International Dinners, Studying in Hungary

McDaniel’s International Dinners

By Sarah B The spring semester of 2017 has seen a revival in McDaniel’s social events. Prominent among these events that are set to get the […]

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Metro line 3

White is the new blue of metro line 3

By Paula Enevoldsen   In Budapest there is not much to complain about  in terms of public transportation, it is usually quite good in comparison with […]

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Lili Ország's art

Shadow on stone – the art of Lili Ország (1926–1978)

By Paula Enevoldsen   “Reflection on the wall of a victim trying to find a way out of her own reality” Once again, the National Gallery […]

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Söntés Belgian Pub

Sailor’s favorite, or just another Belgian pub in the city?

By Mihai Damascan Söntés Belgian Pub | Google reviews: 4.7/5 out of 42 reviews Belgian Pub | 4-5 beers (per person) with snacks for two: HUF […]

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The beauty of the Book Café

Getting bookish at Lotz Terem – Book Café; a café in a Neo-Renaissance ballroom

By Reza Almaee Lotz Terem, well known as Alexandra Book café, is one of the most stunning cafes in Europe. Located on Budapest’s luxurious street: Andrassyút, […]

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Interview with Professor Josh Ambrosev

Professor Josh Ambrose: “Be ready to have fun and to write, a lot!”

by Bryn Blanchard Josh Ambrose is a professor and the head of the Writing Center at McDaniel College in Westminster, MD. But, for the duration of […]

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