Category Archives: Student Life
One of the best drama plays written in the beginning of the 20th century by the Bulgarian poet Petko Todorov came alive in AUBG.
Challenging, exciting and scary - this is what the creating of your first movie looks like according to Nataliia Filimonova. Find out more about her and her first movie "The Egg" with AUBG Daily.
A representative from the world's oldest humanitarian organization, the International Committee of the Red Cross, pays a visit to AUBG to offer various job opportunities. Learn how an ICRC employee can help ease the suffering of people in times of
An AUBG alumni turmoil marked by two petitions, a letter of demands and challenges, allegations of purported financial discrepancies and a subtle conflict with Vice President Alexandrov. Read more about the key moments in the Alumni-BoT disputes with AUBG Daily.
Learn more Transmetrics' day on campus and the advice they had to the current and graduating students.
A 19-year-old girl from the small Bulgarian city of Svoge has discovered just how inseparable she is with her affection for art and painting.
The first Board of Trustees to Alumni Update came with the fireworks of discussions on Enrolment's low admissions rate, the Fundraising efforts deemed "chaotic", the response to the alumni letter and petition, the external audit and a number of other
Learn more about Dr. Christopher Stampone's lecture on The Demise of the Indians and the Death of the American Culture in the Poetry of William Cullen Bryant.