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Interviews with graduating students: Gabriella Luus

By Olivia Nickerson Gabriella or “Gabby” Luus is a 20-year-old South African and Hungarian student majoring in psychology. She was born in BedfordView, Johannesburg, South Africa. […]

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An Ozil-Ous Arsenal

By Oluwafemi Samuel.   The Gunners have made an impressive start this season since the coming of summer signing Mesut Ozil. Ozil, who moved to Arsenal […]

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The Unsplashable: Hungarian Water Polo National Men’s Team

By Cristina Ciobanu  The Hungarian water polo men’s team has recently splashed out  Montenegro’s national team to win another gold medal. The Magyar side is just […]

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Yoga proves therapeutic for prisoners

By Milica Stamenkovic  Many prisoners have discovered that yoga and meditation can help overcome stress, anxiety, and the strain of life behind bars. The benefits of […]

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Hungarian fish on the hook

By Viktor Jósa There are plenty of world-class angling waters in Hungary to catch fisherman hook, line and sinker. The two major rivers of the Carpathian […]

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With the previously imperious Novak Djokovic and the resurgent Rafael Nadal battling for supremacy at the summit of men’s tennis, we take a look at the […]

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By Shahin Ghoreishi Drinking green tea, which is packed with beneficial, health-enhancing properties, is also an enjoyable drink whether consumed hot or cold, but how much […]

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Cheer up it’s the Champions League

By Nikolas Gavriil Passion, intensity, goals and thrills: this is the Champions League, our oasis in the boring routine of the working week. We’ve all been […]

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2013 – 2014 ISU Skating season preview

By Mary Busch With the 2014 Winter Olympic Games just months away, this fall’s International Skating Union figure skating competitions are sure to be filled with […]

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 By Samuel Oluwafemi.    Chelsea FC and fans must have been glad that they got their “special one” back after a relatively rocky few years since […]

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Sailing in Hungary

By István Kovács As a sailor myself, I can advise that there is no better feeling than being alone or with a companion in the middle […]

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Interview: Ex McDaniel student Danny Josa living the dream life

by Viktor Josa Danny Josa was a student at McDaniel College Budapest a few years ago. The people who remember him probably also remember that he […]

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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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And the Youngest Triple F1 World Champion is…

By João Salviano Carmo   The build-up for the last Grand Prix of the season in Interlagos, Brazil, promised an intense and dramatic race that would […]

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Down to the Wire… F1 Youngest Triple Champion on the line!

By João Salviano Carmo   Interlagos will be the grand decider of this year’s Formula 1 World Champion. The Brazilian track, famous for its unpredictable weather […]

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Regional Balkan Football League – It’s Time to Grow up

by Filip Florsic   The year is 1991, the place Bari, Italy. The Champions League final sees Yugoslav team Crvena Zvezda or ‘Red Star’ claim the […]

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Virag interview

Talking to WBPF World Fitness Champion Virag Kiss; McDaniel’s Own Beauty and Brains Superstar!!!

by Iji O. Solomon Many of McDaniel students’ probably know Virag Kiss the sweet blond girl who graces some of your shared classes and a spot […]

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Is Cristiano Ronaldo really sad with Real Madrid?

by Lorincz Miklos The most valuable football player of the world (Real Madrid paid €94 Million for Ronaldo to Manchester United) is upset in his team, […]

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Tower bridge welcomes the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

The Olympic Flame

For two weeks the world stopped to watch the Olympic Games of 2012. Throughout 16 days of intense competition, passion, laughter, cheers and tears, thousands of […]

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End of Season Soccer Round-Up

By Filip Florsic   After 44 years, City have finally done its!   An unbelievably exciting end to a pulsating Premier league season sawManchesterCitywin their last […]

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United still leads in the Manchester battle for the title

By Filip Florsic Just when Manchester United looked home and dry, relegation threatened Wigan provided the blue half of Manchestera lifeline going in to the next […]

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Horse racing in Budapest

Iji. O. Solomon goes to the races and finds an ideal excuse for starting New Year celebrations early For the lovers of energetic sport, the open […]

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Aerobics: Felix Timmers gets enlightened and in shape by merely attending class

With several doubts and my masculinity on the line I decided to sign up and most importantly to show up for the McDaniel aerobics class. This […]

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Rugby World Cup Semi Finals are here, more surprises in store

by Federica Romana Simone With the end of the Quarter Finals, many dreams of glory of players and fans alike are over, although this is just […]

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The RWC is back: give it a try

by Federica Romana Simone Paint your face and take your jersey out of the closet because it’s time to cheer again! The Rugby World Cup is […]

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Time for New Sporting Rules?

João Salviano With the unrest in Bahrain, the Formula 1 season-opening motor race planned for March 13, 2011 has been cancelled, thus postponing the beginning of the […]

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