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From Hiding to Gay Rides: Albania’s LGBTQ+ Journey

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Learn more about the LGBTQ+ movement in Albania with AUBG Daily and the documentary “SkaNdal”.

REC on Hold

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Wondering why the AUBG Documentary Club didn't hold a recruitment party and missed the Club Fair? Get updated and hear what members Antonio Zdraveski and Aleksandra Nikolova have to share about the club's hiatus.

Young Entrepreneurs Take First Steps at StartUP Weekend 2018

WATCHO, StartUp Weekend 2018's big winners; Steliyana Yordanova for AUBG Daily

Young people from all over the Balkans competed to develop the best business ideas during the StartUP Weekend 2018. Learn more about the winners with AUBG Daily.

Acing the Spring ’18 AUBG Soccer League

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The Spring '18 AUBG soccer season came to an end. Learn more about how the league developed and the drama that took place in the semi-finals.

AUBG Daily Senior Blitz

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Four graduating seniors are leaving the university and AUBG Daily. Learn more about their AUBG journey and future expectations.

SG: For Better or for Worse?

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Read and find out more about SG's attempts at a new constitution with AUBG Daily.

Blagoevgrad Still Got the Blues

Vasko the Patch and Kellie Rucker; Nicola Smilenov for AUBG Daily

The "Blagoevgrad Blues&Jazz" festival traditionally excites local music lovers at the end of March. Its fourth iteration featured some iconic Bulgarian and foreign musicians.

Getting in Shape with Lazar Radkov and AUBG Olympics

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Learn more about Lazar Radkov's guest lecture on the myths and facts of getting in shape, and the mass push-up challenge organized by AUBG Olympics.

Digital Transformation and Advanced Analytics with Accedia

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The professional IT services company Accedia will be present at the 25th Annual Job and Internship Fair at AUBG on Apr. 4.

Slovakia in Turmoil Following Journalist Ján Kuciak’s Murder

Participants march in honor of murdered Slovak investigative reporter Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend Martina Kusnirova in Bratislava, Slovakia, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa

The murder of a Slovak journalist leaves Slovakia in turmoil. Two AUBG professors, Tomas Kristofory and Robert Phillips, give their insight on the matter.

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