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Neuralink: balancing promise with peril

By Walter Timothy In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, the idea of merging human consciousness with machines has long been a subject of fascination. While the […]

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Meet Anna Dove: Psychology student and tattoo artist

By Saide Almak “The psychology behind tattoos is like peeking into the heart and mind, where feelings, memories, and who we are come alive on our […]

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A Trip to Corfu

By Gabriella Luus Corfu is a beautiful Greek island located in the Ionian Sea, off the north-western coast of Greece. It is a popular tourist destination […]

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AI’s Gender Talk

By: Nathalie Avalos It’s always exciting to discover new technology that can make our lives easier, and that’s exactly what Danny Silvestre, an M.S. in Artificial […]

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Savor the Skyline: Rooftop bars in Budapest

By: Nathalie Avalos Budapest is a city rich in history, culture, and stunning views, so what is better way to experience it all than from one […]

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Traditional Hungarian Christmas Recipes for 2022

By Canan Atik As the holidays approach, many of us are beginning to consider the menu we want to prepare for our loved ones on Christmas. […]

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Elon Musk – Twitter

By Kate Nwachukwu Elon Musk officially owns Twitter and as a Twitter user, or someone who is interested in the billionaires handling of the billion-dollar news platform […]

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The Secret History, a must read!

By Tyler Wood So you haven’t read The Secret History by Donna Tartt? That’s not surprising, as the book, credited with popularizing the ‘dark academia’ subgenre, […]

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Mahsa Amini Protests – 11 days on

By Tyler Wood On September 16, in Tehran, Iran, a 22-year-old woman named Mahsa Amini was beaten to death by Iranian ‘morality police’ because she was […]

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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 beautiful city of Gdansk

By Dominika Sipos Gdansk is a beautiful city located on the Baltic Sea, but its beauty has been desired for hundreds of years, thus Gdansk has […]

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Some of the best dressed stars at the 2022 Oscars

By Dominika Sipos What else is a better stage than the red-carpet fashion scene? The 94th Academy Awards kicked off on March 28 evening at the […]

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The Lost Daughter is a discomforting drama about womanhood that can’t be ignored

By Astrid Söderström The Lost Daughter is a haunting psychological drama with both suspenseful as well as erotic flavors. It digs into the themes of womanhood and […]

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Oscars 2022: Creating a night no one will ever forget

By Eszter Horovitz The actress Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband Will Smith were not pleased with Chris Rock’s remarks about Jada during the 2022 Oscars. […]

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Must go to places in Cappadocia

By Canan Atik The famous city of Cappadocia is always beautiful to visit, but it is most recommended seeing between April and June. As that time […]

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McDaniel College study abroad students take a Pécs study tour

By Yarbrough Laws On March 10, 2022, in the spring semester McDaniel College Budapest study abroad students embarked on their first two-day study tour led by […]

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Berlin: reflections of a city through exhibitions

By Mária Eszter Bogdán A portrait of the German capital through exhibitions that present two pillars of the city: classical arts, and modern culture.   Visiting […]

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HBO’s new, suspected hit show coming soon!

By Franciska Sipos    Euphoria’s creator is working on a brand-new series presumed to be released on HBO in 2022.     Many fans (including myself) […]

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Nightmare Alley (2022) – a film review

By Canan Atik   Is del Toro’s most recent Oscar nominee movie worth watching? Nightmare Alley is Guillermo del Toro’s latest movie starring Bradley Cooper, Cate […]

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The Rise of HBO’s Euphoria

HBO’s hit series is finally back. While many fans tune in to enjoy the series every Sunday, there’s much to evaluate. By Francesca Sipos Teenagers and […]

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Two Jewish people, one holiday

By Dani Resnik Hanukkah is not Jewish Christmas. But just like how American Christmas changed the way Europeans celebrated the birth of Jesus, it also heavily […]

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The winter wonderman

By Astrid Soderstrom Up in the extreme north of Finland, in one of the coldest, darkest places on the planet, lives Finland’s most influential man. His […]

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MTV EMA’s: A night of music and equality in Hungary

By Astrid Soderstrom The 2021 MTV Europe Music Awards that took place November 14 in Budapest was a celebration of LGBTQI+ and Ed Sheeran, mostly. The […]

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Keep your expectations low and you will not be disappointed

By Maria Fiala A feuilleton on contemporary ballet productions I remember the last time I went to a ballet – it was the final weekend before […]

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Hungary’s hottest rising bands, bringing the most extravagant costumes and vibes to Budapest Park .

Hungary’s iconic and new-generation bands, Carson Coma and Csaknekedkislány are back to performing post lockdown. Their Budapest Park joint concert featured fan-favorite songs, their wacky humor […]

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The rapid victory of the Taliban in Afghanistan

By Thomas Gaterud Since early August 2021, the world’s attention has been focused on Afghanistan, where the Taliban was already securing victory after victory in its […]

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Created by the Poor, Stolen by the Rich.

Opinion piece by Khashayar Fakouri and Faraz Bahabadi Real Madrid president Florentino Perez defended the idea of forming a new tournament which is called Super League […]

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Travelling back in time in the historic city of Yazd.

By Faraz Bahabadi A living testimony to intelligent use of limited resources in the desert for Survival. The historic city of Yazd, A UNESCO world heritage, […]

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Catching up with The Crown – Season 1 Review

Laith Abdulhadi takes us back to Season 1 of the much-talked-about Netflix series, also offering an opportunity for newcomers to board the Royal train. After watching […]

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Curtiz, the pleasant surprise

CURTIZ, the pleasant surprise I did not expect.

Film producer Tamás Yvan Topolánszky on taking on the legendary Hungarian film icon, Michael Curtiz, director of Casablanca, and countless other cinema classics. By Mária Fiala […]

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The Musou community, a matriarchy in the 21st century

By Renata Konya In today’s world, matriarchal communities where women rule still exist, even though we do not hear much about them, Traditions and customs are […]

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Cyberpunk 2077: CD Project Red’s next masterpiece?

By Faraz Bahabadi All Photos are published on CD Project Red’s, a company that gave us the phenomenal Witcher trilogy and made a lot of […]

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The Last Fiction: Amazing animation bringing Iranian mythology to the screen

By Faraz Bahabadi Made and funded independently by Hoorakhsh Studios, the story is based on the story of Zahhak, a ruthless foreign ruler who has taken […]

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