Melody and Mark’s Gap Year

Melody and Mark’s Gap Year

Melody Gilbert and Mark Wollemann are taking a year off and they will focus on their family, her films, and his writing. More »

JMC Capstones Turned Into Cornerstones

JMC Capstones Turned Into Cornerstones

Find out more about the controversies around the spring 2015 JMC Capstone projects. More »

SG: What Happened and What’s Next?

SG: What Happened and What’s Next?

After the premature Senate elections on Feb. 3, 2015, the Student Government is ready to continue its work. More »

At the Market

At the Market

Have you ever visited the "green market" in Blago? No? Then visit it with one of our Owls. More »

The Startup Weekend Experience

The Startup Weekend Experience

The Startup Weekend started on Feb. 6 and ended 54 hours later, showing students that it is possible to create a business from scratch. More »

Premature Student Senate Elections

Premature Student Senate Elections

Student Government (SG) President Mario Grachenov called for premature Senate elections on Jan. 28, 2015. More »

Daily Rage Vol. 5: Struma.bg

Daily Rage Vol. 5: Struma.bg

Learn more about how Struma.bg "borrowed" a story from AUBG Daily. More »

Wi-Fi Issues Explained by OCC

Wi-Fi Issues Explained by OCC

The internet connection at AUBG was improved over the summer, yet the students have been experiencing problems. OCC explained the nature of the issues. More »

The SAT Decision Explained Again

The SAT Decision Explained Again

Provost Sullivan attended the regular SG meeting for a second time and presented the reasoning behind the decision to remove the SAT requirement on Oct. 22. More »

The SAT Report

The SAT Report

Provost Sullivan send a report on the research and the reasons behind the removal of the SAT requirement.The report was published on the AAA Facebook page. More »

 

A Rock Chic Or A Fine Lady? Why Not Both.

Photo credits to Marina Penkova.

Christina Ivanova shows us her favorite items - from a casual leather jacket to Dolce&Gabbana heels.

Travel Writing with Jill Cassidy

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As part of the Conversations in JMC series, students had the chance to talk to Jill Cassidy, an editor at The Arizona Republic.

Literary Trivia Comes Back

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A second edition of The Ultimate Book Lover's Challenge provided by AUBG Literary Society.

What’s New? The ECO Department

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What's new in the Economics Department? AUBG Daily will provide you with a series of articles about news in each AUBG department.

Backstage at the New York Times

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AUBG students had a glimpse of the "backstage" of the New York Times’ newsroom and saw the challenges it is facing today.

To Duel, or Not to Duel?

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Nedyalko Delchev, an AUBG professor, comments on his proposal for a duel toward the critic Georgi Kapriev.

Melody and Mark’s Gap Year

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Melody Gilbert and Mark Wollemann are taking a year off and they will focus on their family, her films, and his writing.

The Colors of Early Spring: White and Red

Credits to Tsvetellina Miteva

Martenitsa workshop or how to have fun creating a Bulgarian souvenir.

JMC Capstones Turned Into Cornerstones

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Find out more about the controversies around the spring 2015 JMC Capstone projects.

Common Roots in the Attacks in Egypt and Denmark

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Last week was marked by shootings between policemen and soldiers in Egypt and an attack of a free speech forum in Denmark.

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