Today, Feb. 29, 2012, will remain as a memorable day for the AUBG community thanks to the FOOD POLICY PROTEST . Thank you all who came, carried sings and yelled your opinion regardless of the weather or the president’s sarcastic smile. Continue reading…Read more...
A day of tumult and distress on campus today. The entire AUBG community has been overtaken by the protest. After the very successful first wave of revolt, held both in and outside Main Building, students agreed that their protesting actions will continue until certain demands are met. The biggest and most important goal of students at the moment is the complete abolition of the Meal Plan. As protesters vocally put it today: “No Meal Plan!” and ”We will not pay!”.Read more...
So, as you probably already heard, Provost Reed didn’t allow the live broadcast from the meeting. After President Huwiler’s email today about the lack of communication and transparency, this is what we get. Hypocrisy? You decide. We will keep you posted with updates after the meeting!
To all soccer addicts, here is the current standing of AUBG Soccer Championship as of today:
Yesterday, Monday Feb. 27, two matches were played. The team of Mimino won against the current leader with 3:2. This was Wicked Sick’s first loss but it did not influence their current position at the top.
Anakonda got 3 additional points due to a technical win against The Mighty Ducks who did not show up for the game.
And here’s our weekly special: The top goalscorers so far in the Championship! Give a round of applause for…..
You can support your favorite teams at Pirin Sports Hall! Here is the weekly schedule – the last games before the break:
20:30 Black Jaguars vs. S.S.Blatoto
21:15 Sen Tropez vs. Black Eagles
22:00 Tirona VK vs. Wicked Sick
21:30 Nachut vs. Patriots
22:15 The Mighty Ducks vs. Mimino
20:30 Nachut vs. Anakonda
21:15 Steaua vs. Patriots
22:00 The Mighty Ducks vs. Tirona VK!
“Rice, ok, something else?” answers the lady behind the register, in Bulgarian.
The girl looks around, a question in her eyes.
“She doesn’t want it yet, she is asking what the ingredients are,” translates a Bulgarian in the queue behind.
Five minutes, lots of pointing and some back-and-forth translating later, the rice (with spinach, apparently) is boycotted for another meal and the translator exits Skappy’s. Continue reading…Read more...
After a long time of tense expectation, on the night of Feb. 26, the 84th Academy Awards ceremony took place at The Hollywood and Highland Center in Hollywod, California. As some had already predicted, the Oscar for the best picture went to Michel Hazanavicius’s silent movie The Artist. Continue reading…Read more...