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Tuchel kicked into touch by Chelsea too soon?

By Mark Kollar Thomas Tuchel was sacked as managerby Chelsea on September 7, after disappointing results against Dinamo Zagreb and Southampton. The Blues have appointed former […]

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The mechanism behind chemically induced memory suppression of traumatic or fearful memories

By Dominika Sipos Traumatic events can negatively impact our brains. People who have experienced sexual assault or were abused or veterans who witnessed any traumatic event […]

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McDonald’s around the world

By Eszter Horovitz The first McDonald’s restaurant was opened in 1940 in San Bernardino, California by the McDonald brothers Richard and Maurice. It was originally a […]

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All-occasion creamy salmon soup

By Astrid Söderström Up north, on the border of Sweden and Finland, flows one of Europe’s biggest unharnessed rivers, the Torne River. The river is rich […]

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The sketchy airline merger

By Eszter Horovitz   Frontier Airlines is buying Spirit to try and save themselves from their horrible reputation. “Absolute worst airline.” M Neal “Biggest disappointment by […]

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The world in pictures: The World Press Photo Exhibition 2021

By Renata Konya The World Press Photo exhibition was held for the fourth time at the Hungarian National Museum. The often-shocking exhibition took place between September […]

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The future of artificial intelligence: a threat or a helping hand?

By Renata Konya Self-driving cars, flying vehicles and the subjugation of humanity by robots have long been a reappearing and popular narrative of the sci-fi imagination. […]

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Budget friendly recipe – Tomato soup and Grilled cheese

By Raya Kanaan If you’re a vegetarian student who loves food and is on a budget, then this one is for you! I’ve often struggled to […]

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Has the coronavirus pandemic helped our environment?

By Raya Kanaan If you do a quick Google search of articles that talk about the positive outcomes of the pandemic, you end up scrolling through […]

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As coronavirus death toll reaches 500,000, US reaches pivotal moment.

By Khashayar Fakouri As of Monday, February 22, 2021, COVID-19 had claimed more than 500,000 lives in one of the most developed countries in the world. […]

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The Hun: the first Hungarian superhero movie

By Eszter Révész At the end of last year, the trailer of the first Hungarian superhero movie was released, and it has left us with so […]

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What is blockchain technology and how is it related to bitcoin?

By Khashayar Fakouri The concept of blockchain started gaining relevance in 2008 when bitcoin, the king of digital currencies, used this technology to store information about […]

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Will institutional investment in bitcoin become a new strategy for corporations?

By Bence Takács Dubbed as a fairer financial system and an alternative to government fiat currency; bitcoin has been reaching new heights, as corporations are starting […]

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A journey into uncertainty: In commemoration of the deportation of Swabians from Budakalász

By Renata Kónya Seventy-five years ago, nearly two hundred thousand of our compatriots were expelled from Hungary. Families split, relationships broke up, young adults were left […]

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Is Carbon capture coming along?

By Raya Kanaan Recycling is for all of us, hopefully, part of a routine. You have your papers, your plastics, your glass, and maybe if you […]

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Ebola outbreak in West Africa

By Eszter Révész While the world is still battling the Covid-19 pandemic, Guinea seems to have had an effective response to the recent Ebola virus outbreak. […]

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Residential wood heaters and air pollution

By Bence Takács Residential wood heaters are one of the biggest sources of air pollution in Hungary. According to the European Environment Agency, outdoor air pollution […]

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Tájékoztató és hozzájáruló nyilatkozat

Tájékoztató és hozzájáruló nyilatkozat   Kijelentem, hogy a McDaniel College Budapest (a COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL Kft. mint fenntartó), mint adatkezelő által, az Európai Parlament és a Tanács […]

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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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