Author Archives: Leda Dragieva

When One Hobby Is Just Not Enough

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From dancesport and hip hop to racing, Dj-ing, and modeling, there hardly is something that Ralfs Jānis Grīnfelds has not tried yet. Meet the Erasmus student from Latvia through the eyes of AUBG Daily.

Shpat Deda Brings His Award-Winning Short Film “Home” to AUBG

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Feb. 17 - "Home" won BAFTA award for Best Short Film. April 8. Its producer and AUBG alumnus Shpat Deda arrived in Blagoevgrad for an exclusive screening of the movie. Find out more about the team, the history of the

Japan on the Edge of Reforms – Education, Success and Modernization

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With its indicative PISA results and quality of its education, why would Japan opt for educational reforms at all? If 'change for the sake of change' is not the answer, find out what the real motives are with AUBG Daily.

Zachary Karabashliev Тakes AUBG on a Poetic Road Trip

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Four years have passed since AUBG Daily wrote about the famous Bulgarian author Zachary Karabashliev, who was then a guest speaker at the university. AUBG now welcomes him one more time for a talk with the students and the community.

Challenging Extremism Course: Making Social Impact from a Classroom

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How can a student make a social change while just sitting on their chair at class and actively participating? Find out more about the new Special Topics course Challenging Extremism.

Riding the Ship Through the Storm – AUBG Speaks in the Light of Changes

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The voice of AUBG faculty, students and staff regarding the recent change of AUBG presidency.

Work&Travel in the U.S. – Status Quo Preserved for Summer 2017

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While still in the search for a job and with the forthcoming visa interviews, a lot of AUBG students want to know if there are going to be any changes in the process. Find out more about the answers to

Students Experience The Magic of “Swan Lake”

Photo courtesy of: Zaharkin Igor

It is a common misconseption that young people do not care so much about art and culture anymore. AUBG students and faculty have proven this stereotype wrong.

Ex-Professor Melody Gilbert: “I wanted to show Americans who you are.”

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Former JMC professor Melody Gilbert paid a special visit to AUBG for the screening of "The Summer Help", her Work and Travel documentary movie.

AUBG Takes a “Streetcar Named Desire:” Opinion

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AUBG students present the play "A Streetcar Named Desire."

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