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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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The Hungarian Constitution

Vera Treit The Hungarian Constitution of 2011 was accepted on the 18th of April and it will be enforced from January 1st, 2012. As I am […]

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ESPN announcer turns news anchor as bin Laden killed during ballgame

Matthew Arnold Any American who was alive in 1980 will always be able to tell you where they were when they heard John Lennon had been […]

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The Royal Wedding: “Waity Katie” is waiting no more

Adela Kuci The wedding of the century, the royal wedding between, Prince William of Great Britain and Kate Middleton a British bourgeois is over. “Waity” Katy […]

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Students put McDaniel’s best foot forward at the Housing Forum for Europe and Central Asia

Hanna Barker McDaniel students in Budapest were presented with an interesting learning opportunity when they were invited to volunteer at the Housing Forum for Europe and […]

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Numb Young Faces (as in: Teenagers are using Botox!)

Vera Treit Botox, or  botulinum toxin, is a “magic trick” widely used by women entering an age when wrinkles start to appear on their faces, a […]

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Where is the Male Revolution?

Alfonso Majetic The world has been known as a place where men always rule, but these days things are changing. In fact, women have a lot […]

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Bye bye Galliano: a highly creative fall from grace

Alfonso Majetic The fashion industry has been rocked in the last few weeks by the controversial anti-semitic comments made by the designer John Galliano and by […]

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Dieting Babies?

Olga Bolga An alarming number of American parents are so concerned about preventing their babies from becoming obese that they are taking the radical step of […]

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Protests in Egypt affect study abroad programs, economy

Hanna Barker The future of study abroad programs in the Middle East and surrounding areas is currently in limbo as colleges focus on keeping students safe […]

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Requiem for Albania

Adela Kuci Growing up in a country where breakfast consists of a double Turkish coffee and the political pages of at least four journals, it is […]

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The Perils of Facebook

Veronika Treit First, you are born. Then, you start walking and talking. Then, when you finally become 13 years old, you join Facebook. After having created […]

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Has Facebook Conquered Everyone?

Kivanç Nezir We all know about Facebook, on which most of us spend serious time, often when we are bored. We always check out what is […]

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