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Interviews with Graduating Students – Daniel Bailis

By: Olivia Nickerson How well do you know your fellow peers at McDaniel College? Daniel Bailis is in his final semester here on our Budapest campus. […]

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FALL SEMESTER – 2015 Course Offerings

MAJOR COURSES (Any course may be taken as an elective if there are no prerequisites or a student has satisfied them.)   McDaniel Plan Designation                                                                   […]

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All to play for as Man U take on Liverpool

  By Chukwuemeka Igwe                           Manchester United FC travel to the fortress of Anfield Stadium on March 22 to do battle with arch rivals Liverpool […]

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Happy Persian New Year: EYD NOEROOZ!

By Nazgol Rezapours Historians observe that with its 1,700 years of history Iran is one of the oldest and most cultural countries in the Middle East. […]

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“The decline of France”

By Youmna Benmaymoun When you walk the streets of Paris, two smells fill your lungs almost more than clear oxygen: the mouthwatering smell of amazing French […]

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Anti-semitic and racist abuse raises questions about the direction of football in England

  By Samuel Oluwafemi The recent racist and anti-semitic chants by fans of two notable London clubs have shown that the ball to kick racism out […]

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Bienvenue to the McDaniel French Circle

By Cristina Ciobanu “    -   C’est quoi ça?   – C’est un group de conversation dans la langue française, pour debutants, ceux qui parlent couramment, ceux […]

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The Goat Herder- Espresso Bar

They LOVE Coffee and they LOVE Budapest!

By Julia Klinger   I had the amazing opportunity to do an interview with the British couple who are the owners of The Goat Herder- Espresso […]

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We love migrants parts: let’s get it started in here!

  For the past several months, Hungary has been at the forefront of the immigration topic. With an anti-immigration Prime Minister and extremist right wing parties, […]

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To travel or not to travel – the benefits and consequences of growing up traveling the world

  By Sarah Sunday To be able to travel and see the world is widely perceived as a fortunate, fabulous experience for the privileged few and […]

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Cat adoption 101

  By Wang Haisha College life can sometimes be lonely and dull, even more so for international students away from home for the first time. What […]

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2014: the year Hungarians rose up and cast off a history of quiet resignation

  By Nick Pongratz   2014 turned out to a big year for protests, from Hong Kong, to Ferguson, Missouri, but also here in Hungary. During […]

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Exploring the legend of Santa Claus  

  By Tobi Onuoha   Every year children wake up on December 25 and run straight to the Christmas tree to see what Santa has brought […]

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Countdown to Christmas: top Christmas songs and movies

By Anna Kalmár   If you’re not feeling in the Christmas mood just yet, one way of getting into it is through music. Seasonal songs bring […]

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Image: A Christmas tree installed with lanterns, measuring over 10 meters high, is illuminated in Shaanxi Province, China

Christmas continues to catch on in China

By Haisha Wang   Christmas, as one of the most important western holidays, is now becoming increasingly popular in big Chinese cities since China has been […]

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 Awesome art night winds down semester  

  By: Emmanuel Olaye   McDaniel College Budapest’s final art exhibition of the semester included the work of the Perceptual Drawing, Painting, and Digital Photography courses, […]

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Actions speaking louder than words: peaceful protests for Ferguson

  By Kelsey Mannix   Months after the death of Michael Brown, and less than two weeks after the verdict that Officer Darren Wilson would not […]

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Interview with water polo player Krisztián Szöllősi

By Cristina Ciobanu   Krisztián Szöllősi is a Hungarian Water Polo player who started when he was just six years old; he says this is when kids […]

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Catcalling: compliment or harassment?

By Kelsey Mannix   Recently, a video of a woman walking around New York City for ten hours, receiving catcalls and comments from men the entire […]

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Internetadó - Tüntetés az internetadó bevezetése ellen Buda

Orbán drops internet tax

    By Bence Janek   Hungary’s Prime Minister Victor Orbán announced on October 31 the revocation of the proposed internet tax, which will be replaced […]

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McDaniel College Budapest to host its first human rights conference

  By Emmanuel Olaye McDaniel College Budapest is set to host its first human rights conference on November 21, 2014. The conference will be held in […]

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A chill from the past: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

  Film review by Bence Janek   Nowadays, when the plot of horror movies has nothing but senseless bloodbath, mutilated human bodies and torture, it can […]

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Halloween, has it lost its original purpose?

  Hungary slowly losing tradition for the original “All Saints’ Day”   By Tobi Onuoha In Hungary All Saints’ Day is a tradition that goes far […]

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Louis van Gaal

Can Louis Van Gaal arrest Manchester United’s decline?

By Tobi Onuoha Man United leapt up to fourth in the Premier League following an albeit unconvincing win over Everton before the international break, but given […]

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Easy Weekend Getaway to Zagreb

Kelsey Mannix Zagreb, Croatia: a small city with history, beautiful architecture, and the world’s shortest funicular track. Just a five hour bus ride from Budapest, Zagreb […]

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Pal Domjan 1946-2014 It is our sad duty to inform the college community that Professor Pal Domjan has passed away at the age of 68.  He […]

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The Saints Keep Marching On

  Oluwafemi Samuel   Southampton Football Club continues to show that it can deliver in the English Premier League as they continue their unbeaten form over […]

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Local elections: foreigners can vote too  

  By Cristina Ciobanu   If you miss exercising your right to vote while living in a foreign country- now it’s your chance to vote. Do […]

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Scottish Referendum: the aftermath

What the future holds for Britain and Scotland. By Emmanuel O. Even though the Scottish Referendum ended in a “no” vote, there will still be some […]

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Empty apartments march in Budapest

    By Cristina Ciobanu   A Város Mindenkié (AVM) (The City for All) organized a march in Budapest on September 27 to grab the attention […]

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Free Inner-Peace at the Tibet Center

By Aletta Morariu     Are you feeling stressed from studying, essays, and the pressures of everyday life?  If so, you should check out The Tibet […]

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Stepping it up: making the transition to advanced workouts

By Virág Kiss If you’re reading this, then you should be past the beginner stage of weight training and in search of the best intermediate or advanced workouts […]

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