Category Archives: Opinion

Opinion|How Another First-Year Student Sees Life at AUBG

Nadezhda Yankulska in a group of students during Orientation Week. Photo by American University in Bulgaria - Future Students

Is the life that great at the university? Read a different point of view of a local first-year student.

Opinion|AUBG Through the Eyes of a Local First-Year Student

Photo by Valentina Todorova

Many students at AUBG come from other towns and countries. But have you ever wondered what it's really like for the students who live here?

Opinion | E-voting in Bulgaria: a Leap in the Dark or a Good Plan?


On Oct. 25 the Bulgarian people will have the chance to decide the fate of the notion of e-voting and determine whether it has future in Bulgaria.

Should I Stay or Should I Go

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Nowadays students often have to make a decision between studying in their home countries or abroad. Is there a better choice?

Gravity, Stay The Hell Away From Me


Join in for the first acoustic session of the spring semester.

Live “Inspired Catharsis for the Open Mind”


Dive in the verbal world of Louis Toussaint which he had been keeping a secret until now.

Dreams, Pierced on His Skin

Joining the ink family.
Source: Tumblr

Nick Polly (Zvyagintsev) shares the meanings behind his tattoos.

How AUBG Did Not Steal Christmas


Learn more about the third annual Christmas bazaar at AUBG with AUBG Daily's owl Stela who offers a colorful review of the upcoming event.

Daily Rage Vol. 5:


Learn more about how "borrowed" a story from AUBG Daily.

The Transition


A week of commemorating the fall of the Berlin wall inspired one of our owls to analyze the transition from communism to democracy.

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