Social, Arts, and Culture Archives College Budapest

First Uber, then Airbnb ?

By Borisz Priszjazsnyuk Different international companies try to enter the Hungarian market. We can see the presence of companies, such as Uber, Airbnb and Lime in […]

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Intriguing philosophical reads for this autumn

Words and illustrations by Maria Fiala It is officially autumn. With Mid-terms already behind us, reading for pleasure might be the last thing to do. Yet […]

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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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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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Q&A with Professor Tamás Szigeti: Covid’s Challenges to Artists and a Positive Change in How Art can be Accessed.

Interview by Angelica Stickle Tamás Szigeti is an artist and art educator at McDaniel College Budapest. He has studied in Budapest at the University of Applied Arts […]

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Life As We Know It: Restaurant Edition

By Marketty Bleck Countries have shut down entirely to contain the coronavirus. With people having to stay home, there was an uptick in grocery shopping. At […]

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Dürer Back in Town for Fine Arts Frenzy

By Angelica Stickle It has been a couple of weeks since three major museums – The Fine Arts, the National Gallery, and the National Museum reopened […]

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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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The Irishman preview: everything you need to know about Martin Scorsese’s Netflix film

  By Faraz Mhd The creation of many cinephiles’ dreams: a project digs deep into the organized crime group that prompted the Kennedys to go after the […]

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Euphoria: A Dark Teen Show Representing the Hardships of Generation Z

By Dominika Sipos The TV show, Euphoria, shows that behind all the glitter and gold, there are flawed teenagers using drugs and sex to navigate the […]

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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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Peaky Blinders: An addicting, action-filled epic

By Faraz Mhd Peaky Blinders is an addicting show I have been watching since 2016. The storyline is so intriguing I have to re-watch the show […]

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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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Movie review: Downton Abbey

By Paula Parades https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tu3mP0c51hE Lovers of Downton Abbey have been waiting for this moment for over three years, since the popular six-season series ended in 2015. […]

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A club for diplomacy

By Bernadette Radnai Imagine a student club where it absolutely does not matter where you come from, what you’re studying, what experiences you have in the […]

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Once upon a History lesson

by Gabor L. Szilagyi Some consider Quentin Tarantino to be one the last original directors in Hollywood, his newest movie however brought debate to the public. […]

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Review: Feminists: What were they thinking?

http:// https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAgeCLYnwNg By Dominika Sipos Feminism has been a topic of major importance for a long time, especially in the last couple of years when it […]

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The Beautiful Architecture of Barcelona’s Heart

Kiev Martinez There are few places in Europe as captivating as Spain, and there few places in Spain itself that could compete with the regal majesty […]

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Why Do We Celebrate Easter?

By Mirella Otvos   Easter holiday comes from the Greek/Latin word Pascha, which is celebrated all around the world. Western Christians celebrate it on Sunday, this […]

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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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Authentic Lebanese Tabbouleh

By Raya Kanaan Tabbouleh is a salad that originated in the mountains of Lebanon and Syria and was made fun of originally because of its lack […]

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Vienna – a perfect weekend getaway

By Nils Peterson Vienna, the most liveable city of 2018, is the gateway between Western and Eastern Europe and lies beautifully at the banks of the […]

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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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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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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 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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The best Christmas markets in Europe

By Nika Boljanovic It’s that time of the year again, when magic is in the air, and love and joy are everywhere. Christmas is that time […]

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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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From Budapest to Bulgaria and Back

By Mubarak Aliyu   BULGARIA TRIP The students of McDaniel College Budapest ventured on their semester trip, this time to Sofia, Bulgaria. Eight students gathered together […]

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Fela Kuti: a message through music

By Mubarak Aliyu Salsa. Jazz. Hip-hop. Imagine all these genres of music returning to the heart of Africa. Fela Kuti – musician, activist and pan-African – […]

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Batwa: The perpetual victims of tribal conflict in Rwanda

By Mubarak Aliyu   After the tragic genocide in Rwanda, ethnicity is a subject that still shapes the political conversation and policy making in the country. […]

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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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