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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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Budapest Photo Project

My Budapest Photo Project: A glimpse of a different side of the city

By Sarah   Tibor László has been forced to wander the streets of Budapest since the millennium and his perspective of the city, along with those […]

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Chinese food in Budapest

Chinese Hot Pot in Budapest

By Chelsey Chen   Hot Pot is a very old way of preparing and serving dishes cooked up in a big pot at the table where […]

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Bear sanctuary

A Hungarian sanctuary for bears

by Maxim LeFleur An hour’s journey from Budapest’s city center can bring you face-to-face with the one of the continent’s largest mammals, the Eurasian Brown Bear. […]

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Christmas in Budapest

Christmas markets in Budapest

  By Chelsey Chen Christmas markets are traditional, festive street markets and are typically composed of many different local stalls, often clustered in a big square, […]

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The refugee crisis

The Grandest Budapest Hotel

By Youmna Benmaymoun     In the last few weeks, Budapest’s Keleti train station had hosted thousands of beautiful souls who were escaping their devastated countries, […]

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Driving licenses for students

How to get a driver’s license in Hungary

By Tobi Onuoha      Getting a driver’s licence as a foreigner consists of three key steps.   Obtaining a drivers licence in Hungary consists of […]

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Heroes Square program

“You are what you do” at Heroes Square!

By Julia Klinger Philip Zimbardo shows how we all can practice everyday heroism and help Hungarian society achieve the mental and attitude transformation needed to realize […]

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Szimpla wine bar

A new season calls for a new wine bar at Szimpla

  By Sarah Sunday   When asked of the top places to go in the wonderful city in Budapest, among the sights such as the Citadella, […]

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The Goat Herder- Espresso Bar

They LOVE Coffee and they LOVE Budapest!

By Julia Klinger   I had the amazing opportunity to do an interview with the British couple who are the owners of The Goat Herder- Espresso […]

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Donuts to eat while studying in Budapest

Going Mad for Donuts in Budapest

  By Zsófia Balassa After a hard day of studying and stress, we all just want to take a few hours of our day and relax, […]

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Treasures of a flea market

Treasure hunting at Ecseri flea market

By Aletta Morariu I recently took a trip to check out the Ecseri Flea Market at Nagykőrösi út 156. Although I was unlucky to get caught […]

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Programs in April

List of programs in April

dj Ico 2014. Ápr. 01. 19:30 Kapcsolódó alkotók: Ico http://soundcloud.com/ico Cökxpôn Rádió: dj Katsa, Petar és Shark 2014. Ápr. 02. 15:00 Kapcsolódó alkotók: Katsa Petar Shark […]

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Raday Salon returns back into action for International Women’s Month

 By Cristina Ciobanu Women’s month is quickly approaching, providing another opportunity for the Raday Salon to organize an exciting event. Raday Salon is an independent human […]

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The informative Invisible Exhibition

The invisible exhibition

By Aletta Morariu How does a blind person see? That is a question most of us don’t ever get around asking ourselves but one that I […]

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The Kandalló Artisanal Pub

Kandalló Artisanal Pub review

By Nick Pongratz   Taking inspiration from characters on the television show How I Met Your Mother, by creating a pub that they would actually want […]

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Becketts Irish Bar

End of an era: goodbye to Becketts Irish Bar

By Federica Simone In the last 20 years Becketts Irish Bar has represented a local institution for expats, locals, and international students alike. Since 1994, Becketts Irish […]

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Get used to the cold

How to get used to the cold temperatures

By Cristina Ciobanu   Now that winter has finally arrived, how do you deal with chilly weather? Are you the only one who’s always freezing in […]

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New Year’s Eve, studying in Hungary

Let’s celebrate New Year’s Eve in Hungary

By ShuanDan Lin Like in many other countries, New Year’s Eve in Hungary is also ushered in with home parties and street parties on December 31st, […]

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Studying in beautiful Budapest

Farewell for now to study abroad students

By Nick Pongratz The end of the semester is here, and for a group of students, this is the end of their time at McDaniel College […]

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Celebrate Christmas in Budapest

The top six things to do in Budapest at Christmas

By Zsófia Balassa Winter is here and Christmas is almost upon us. Some people are getting ready for their final exams; others are looking forward to the […]

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Get your skates on

By Sarah Sunday As the winter season is approaching, it is once again becoming that time of year to get into the Christmas spirit. One fun […]

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Couch Surfing

By Edgar Phillips If you are new to a city and want to connect with locals and find hot spots then use the Couchsurfing Network while […]

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Has Life in Hungary Changed for the Better since 1989?

By Daniel Csáki On March 11 2013, several thousand people gathered in the evening near the offices of Hungarian President Janos Ader, asking him to veto […]

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Uncovering a Hungarian gem at the János Thorma exhibition in Budapest

By Milica Stamenković János Thorma’s “The painter of the Hungarian Barbizon” exhibition is running until May 12 and is definitely worth seeing! The exhibition in the Hungarian […]

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Experience the Invisible World : A Visit to the Invisible Exhibition

By Nikola Djokic On Monday, February 25th a group of Students and Faculty members led by Prof. Melinda Harlov visited the Invisible Exhibition in the Millenáris […]

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Valentine’s Day at our LOVEly McDaniel College

By Fahimeh Karimi This year, thanks to the efforts of the Student Union, McDaniel College pulled out all the stops for Valentine’s Day. The school building […]

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A trip into the creative mind of cutting-edge artist Dávid Tripsánszki

Interview by Sylvia Czifra Dávid Tripsánszki, known as Tripo in the art world was born in 1988 in Budapest, Hungary. He spent his childhood in the […]

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Earn Credits for building houses and satisfy your June Term requirements, says Guest Professor Jim Kunz

By Iji O. Solomon   Last semester a few of us students met with Professor Jim Kunz, the new guest professor from the main campus, for […]

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So long Solomon

By Abiade Zainab Solomon ijisola was one of the seniors graduating this past fall semester from Mcdaniel. He is someone we have come to know as […]

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Metro 4: Coming Soon to a Stop Near You

By João Salviano Carmo   According to the International Railway Journal, the first train for the new line 4 of the Budapest metro has been delivered […]

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Visit to the Memento Park

By Abiade Zainab  The Statue park is a very interesting place that allows visitors, particularly those who live in Hungary and were not born during the […]

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Editor’s Note: 10,000 and counting

By João Salviano Carmo The Messenger Online reached this week 10,000 views. Since March 2011 we have been visited by readers from more than 100 countries […]

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