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Yemen: An Emergency within an Emergency

By Faraz Mhd  Yemen is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world – and children are dying and being robbed of their futures. Photo published by […]

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Amazing Naples treasure shown

By Milica Stamenkovic One of the world’s most valuable collections of jewelry which is dedicated to the saint of Naples has gone on show in an […]

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Isaac Asimov: Nostradamus of the 20th Century

By Daniel Csáki Isaac Asimov is a legend in the eyes of all science fiction fans as well as „normal” people. He was a man who […]

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Budapest Wine Fest 2013

By Nick Pongratz When you think of European wine, Hungary may not be the first place that comes to mind. Perhaps you are missing out because […]

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IMMENSELY IMPRESSIVE IMPRESSIONISM EXHIBITION RUNS AT NATIONAL GALLERY UNTIL OCTOBER 13

By Sarah Sunday Making your way to the Hungarian National Gallery provides the opportunity to pass over the ornate Chain Bridge and to hike up the […]

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Experience Egon Schiele’s extraordinary early expressionism until Sunday

By Milica Stamenkovic The good news is that an exceptional Egon Schiele exhibition is being held at the Museum of Fine Arts (Szépművészeti Múzeum) in Heroes […]

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WHY YOU SHOULD RUSH TO SEE “RUSH”

By Zsófia Balassa Exhilarating, profound, inspirational and mind-blowing. These are the words that rushed around my head, pardon the pun, after I left the movie theatre. […]

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May the 4th be with you! International Star Wars day

By Federica Simone Star Wars fans all over the world, young kids who recently came to love the saga, and people who loved the saga since […]

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Be lazy and save the world

By Alfonso Majetic Listen up Americans; do you want to save the earth? Stop working then, or at least cut down. That’s what the The Center […]

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Head to buzzing Belgrade for the Museum Night

By Milica Stamenkovic Belgrade. Some see it as a city of fun, some as a city of history and culture. When it comes to vacation, Belgrade […]

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Amy Palmer on the pearl of Prague and why she’s itching to go back

By Amy Palmer Prague, is a city that has been blessed with a variety of hidden treasures. If your a traveller or even just a student […]

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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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Nowruz: Iranian New Year celebrations on March 21


By Shahin Ghoreishi The New Year festivities or known to Persians as Nowruz, is one of the oldest remnants of antiquity. On March 21st, every new year […]

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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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“The Tree of Life” Film Review

By Mark-Antonio Zivic Just like Picasso displayed his art on a canvas, Terrence Malick showcases his on a screen. Although both men are internationally known for […]

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Road to the Oscar’s: Who are the favorites?

By Alfonso Majetic The hotly-anticipated, glitzy and glamorous as you can get spectacle of the 85th Academy Awards will happen on the February 24 but many […]

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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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History Brought to Life Through the Assassins Creed Series

By Kareem Korayem In the city of Acre in the 12th century, an Assassin is stalking the king of Jerusalem Conrad of Montferrat in his citadel. […]

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Good god?

  by Kareem Korayem In his book, “god is not great”, prolific writer on religion, Christopher Hitchens argues the point and explores (as the book sub […]

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How Christmas is Celebrated in Nigeria

by Abel Kayode   Christmas, can be said to be the largest celebration in the whole of Nigeria, as it is not only being celebrated by […]

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Tango Night

by ShuanDan Lin   The Tango night, which happened on 28th November, was much more fun than what I thought it would be. Before actually starting […]

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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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Come let’s make a Date to Tango! If you get a little tired just hesitate un poco!

By Iji O. Solomon   It’s exciting to know we will actually be having a Tango evening at McDanielCollege this Wednesday!—6:00pm, Room 220. If you’re hearing […]

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Benefits of Reading

By Abiade Zainab According to a research survey of Associated Press only 47% of young people read books and this is because the internet is taking […]

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Skyfall – The Best Bond Film in the Craig Era

By Lorinc Miklos   This is the film that James Bond fans have been waiting for since the premier of Casino Royale in 2006.   In […]

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London Trip

by Ruth Odusami London has always been a city I wanted to explore because of its richness in both historic and modern attractions. Although it was […]

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The Sad Truth about White Tigers

By: Mary Busch Three white tiger cubs that were born in July of this year have recently been unveiled at the Liberec Zoo in the Czech […]

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Summer Festival Go-To Guide

Summer Festival Go-To Guide  Since mid-March, summer has been inching closer and closer, and now that it’s finally here there is a mutual suspense in the […]

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Balaton Wine Festival hits the capital

By Nariman Alatrash   37 wine makers will be present to personally pour more than 200 special wines at the fourth Balaton wine festival in Budapestat […]

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Making art out of war

By Rahmi Umut Küçüktetik Weapons are not only a tool which many people use to destroy the lives of others, since one man in Maputo, the […]

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Huntswoman: Fashion Weeks 2012

By Hanan Shamsan As fashion weeks in the major European cities and LA have come to an end, I figured that it is an appropriate midway […]

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The Museums of Budapest

March 15 marked not only Hungarian Independence Day, a national holiday commemorating the 1848-49 war against Austrian-Habsburg rule, but also a unique opportunity to enter Hungary’s […]

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Celebrate St. Paddy’s day Budapest style

By Filip Florsic St. Patricks day is coming up next Saturday on the 17th of March and it’s certainly not avoidingBudapest. So if you like the […]

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