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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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Chinese Tea in Budapest

By Li Simeng Chinese tea is steeped in more than 3,000 years of history, and there are many different types of tea that exude a strong […]

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Football Behind Closed Doors: Is it Ever Going to be the Same?

By Faraz Mhd It seems very strange for players and fans alike but containing the spread of coronavirus is more important than money.After the Covid-19 pandemic […]

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Interview with Zsófia Gorombei

By Angelica Stickle Zsófia Gorombei is an artist and an Interior Designer. She studied Architecture at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. She teaches design classes at […]

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Alcoholism and the Pandemic in Hungary

By Bence Takács Alcoholism has been present in the Eastern European region for many decades and unfortunately Hungary is no exception when it comes to heavy […]

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Reflections From a Flat in the Time of Coronavirus

By Angelica Stickle The piece I’ve decided to show was made during the lockdown for art class. The objective was to draw/paint your own studio.  Naturally, being […]

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IB Exam’s Free Pass

By Niel Casas Since its founding in 1968, the International Baccalaureate program as one of the most recognizable and prestigious alternative high school programs, has never […]

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Partying at Your Peril to Forget Covid-19

By Niel Casas For years, Budapest has been the staple of Europe’s party culture. Cheap drinks, accommodation, and easy transportation has made Hungary’s capital a no […]

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Hitting the Road Again: From Central Europe to North Africa

By Klai Iheb For travelers, being in the same location for almost seven months is an unusual situation. Finally, after all this tough time, I have […]

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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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Trapped: Domestic Violence during Coronavirus Lockdown

By Helia Shahmohammadi Olksandra, a Ukrainian woman isolated in her home in Kyiv with her ex-husband and their two children, says the quiet war her husband was […]

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Life in Budapest: Slowly Crawling Back to Normal

By Bernadett Radnai As we are approaching the end of May, the flourishingly fresh spring air is slowly waking up the capital of Hungary, that has […]

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Review: Bojack Horseman Season 6

By Dominika Sipos The show Bojack Horseman had a significant influence on how cartoons can be more than comedic—the sixth season launched on October 25th. Its plot […]

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Your Good Karma for this Spring

By Paula Paredes As Budapest is slowly emerging from a mild winter, allow your body to do the same and nourish it with colorful food in […]

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Biden, Sanders: “The Path to the White House”

by Klai Iheb   American television channels declared Bernie Sander’s victory on the basis of projections and preliminary results. Giving him a very large advantage over […]

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Biden, Sanders: “The Path to the White House”

by Klai Iheb American television channels declared Bernie Sander’s victory on the basis of projections and preliminary results. Giving him a very large advantage over the […]

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Anxiety Rises in Italy: 11 Cities in Quarantine, 152 Cases, 5 Deaths

By Klai Iheb Venice Carnival been stopped, Milan is closed and eleven cities are under two weeks of quarantine. Northern Italy is preparing to live in days […]

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The Skating Season has Begun!

  By Paula Paredes Christmas is a synonym for many wonderful things and one of them is skating! Whether you are an expert, like to skate once […]

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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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Festive Cheer in Budapest’s Christmas Markets

By Bernadett Radnai Just like many other European cities in December, Hungary’s capital, Budapest, takes a shower in Christmas lights and snowflakes to transform itself into […]

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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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It’s Oktoberfest time in Budapest

    by Bernadette Radnai   Buckle your seatbelts for what’s coming up, because Germany’s biggest beer festival, the Oktoberfest (a long-lasting tradition since 1810) is […]

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Hamburg, the pearl of the North A guide to a perfect weekend in the bridge city

By Nils Petersen Hamburg, Germany’s Pearl of the North and the second largest German speaking city, is a tourist magnet and always worth a weekend trip […]

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Get set for Sailing in Hungary

By Adam Csanyi As summer draws closer and the weather warms up, the Hungarian sailing season is about to kick off at Lakes Balaton, Velence and […]

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Buyer beware of Black Friday

By Chase Bushman, Rowail Khan and Dana Licata   Year after year millions of Americans line up outside department stores and shopping malls in freezing temperatures […]

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In Memoriam: Dr. Gábor Drexler, 1943-2018

It is with great sadness that we deliver the news of the passing of our dear friend, colleague, and professor, Dr. Gábor Drexler. We will fondly […]

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A man raised by silence is the last man laughing.

By Tommy Mashiah “You’ve got to get out of your comfort zone to leave your culture. People are so comfortable with dorms and everything they provide […]

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The real State of the Union

By Briana Gomez   According to a poll conducted by Pennsylvania marketing firm, SSRS, the reaction to President Trump’s State of the Union Address, last Tuesday, […]

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McDaniel Budapest proudly hosts the 58th Annual European Branch of the American Counseling Association Conference

By Paula Enevoldsen McDaniel Budapest had the privilege of hosting the 58th Annual European Branch of the American Counseling Association Conference on September 30 and October […]

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Farewell to the 2017 Graduates

By Paula Enevoldsen   When January became May and we were faced with McDaniel’s seniors graduating, we needed to remind ourselves of the elapsed road as […]

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How to survive writer’s block

By Anna Gál Uninspired, bored, cannot find anything exciting or interesting for weeks that would be worth writing about? You feel like you are stuck with […]

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Opinion: Freedom of Speech and Liberal Terror

By: A.Reza Liberal terror can be defined and identified as the leverages which force societies to affirm the pre-existing liberal normative frameworks and visions of the […]

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Champions League final preview: the clash of the Madrid titans

By: Farzin Tazesh   We are now finally in the final stage of this year’s Champions League and the two giant clubs from Madrid will once […]

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