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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.

Emil Conrad: Up Close and Personal

Emil Conrad; 
Nicola Smilenov for AUBG  Daily

Learn more about the vlogging scene and what comes with it, from famous YouTuber Emil Conrad who gave a lecture on Feb. 27.

AUBG Hosts 10th Model United Nations

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Find out more about the 10th annual edition of AUBG MUN which took place on Feb. 23- 25.

Erasmus+: Europe Visits AUBG

Erasmus+ at AUBG, photo courtesy of https://www.aubg.edu

Erasmus+ is the opportunity to explore new countries by meeting people, while still pursuing your desired major.

AUBG Professors’ Reading Habits Vol. 3

Old Books

Find out prof. Phillips and prof. Dalakov's reading preferences and their recommendations.

Art is a Weapon

Andrea Simon / Nicola Smilenov for AUBG Daily

The life of Bulgarian film artist and intellectual Angel Wagenstein - one untold story.

Building Skills in Machine Learning

Machine learning presentation; Courtesy of Petar Petrov

Learn more about the project that two AUBG students developed during their internship at Documaster.

Opinion: Taking a Knee is a Manifestation of Strength

Photo: Thearon W. Henderson, Getty Images

The NFL player Collin Kaepernick caused a riptide throughout the political and American football worlds by a simple, yet meaningful, gesture of remaining seated.

Pay $150, Get $150 For Free

Making a purchase at the canteen. Dimitar Bratovanov for AUBG Daily

Learn more about the reasons behind the new meal plan proposal by Acting President Sullivan.

Media Scandal: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Vasil Ivanov. Source: www.haskovo.net

Learn more about the details around the media scandal, involving investigative journalist Vasil Ivanov and two of the biggest Bulgarian television channels, NOVA TV and bTV.

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