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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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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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Arriving to study in Hungary for international students

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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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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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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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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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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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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History made in the Groupama Arena

By Adam Csanyi May 21st marked the start of the Union of European Football Associations’ (UEFA) 2020 Euro qualifiers. The 2020 Euros will be quite different […]

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No change on climate change

Last semester, first year students in the Introduction to College Writing Course, taught by Judit Barta were required to write their final persuasive essays on the issue of […]

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Venezuela opposition names new board of directors to state oil firm PDVSA in an attempt to seize revenue.

By Laith Abdulhadi In an attempt to further isolate the Venezuelan president Nicholas Maduro, the opposition-controlled congress has named a new board of directors to the […]

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A New Face, A New Direction

By Kiev Martinez Photographer: Sarah Diefallah   Check it – she speaks English, Polish, and Hungarian fluently; she has also studied Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian, French and […]

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Celebrating Saint Valentine’s Day

By Mirella Ötvös The day of romance celebrated on Thursday, February 14, sees love expressed with greetings and gifts in most countries around the world, although […]

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Pedophilia – the last taboo

By Sofie Holler Thomassen   Taboos have existed throughout history and across cultures. Taboo’s function as forbidden behaviours whose perpetrators, if caught, fear the most severe […]

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Facebook and You

By Tomer Mashiah   In the last few weeks we have seen Facebook shares plummet. This is due to a loophole in 3rd party agreements, a […]

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Swedish DJ and Producer Avicii dies at 28

By Aleksa Aleksic Swedish DJ Avicii, real name Tim Bergling, died at age 28 on Friday, April 20. Avicii’s publicist released the statement: “It is with […]

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EPL winter transfer window – two records and a virtuoso exchange

By Bogdan Radchenko   It would seem that January is never a good time for clubs sign new players. All teams with our exception are keen […]

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A Human we can be Proud of!

By Aleksa Aleksic Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, Inc. is a man that is saving humanity’s “face” in these dark times. Dictatorship in N. Korea, […]

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The Trouble in Syria

By Briana Gomez For the past week tensions between Israel and Iran have escalated. Normally these tensions would be some type of ‘cold war’ nuclear threats, […]

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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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Black Friday and Cyber Monday, what a deal!

By Aleksa Aleksic We were blessed by incredible discounts and cursed with terribly long queues on Friday, November 24, on what was the famous unofficial American […]

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The truth behind the DJ Mag: Top 100 DJs polls

By Dan Bolboceanu Summer’s long gone and the countdown to the next summer festivals has started, and the cold winds and rains are upon us, with […]

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The Harvey Weinstein case breaks a societal taboo

By Marine Quesada   Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have probably heard of the storm that’s taken Hollywood over the past few weeks. […]

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China’s movies step up to counter Hollywood

By Aleksa Aleksic   When it comes to action movies, Hollywood jumps or springs to mind. We may mock Bollywood’s thrill flicks and joke about Nigerian […]

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Ryanair flights continue to be cancelled amid threat of pilots unionizing

By Katrina Hier 400,000 more Ryanair passengers will be affected through March 2018, with the newest flight cancellations announced in the last week of September. This […]

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