Tag Archives: 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?

To Duel, or Not to Duel?

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Nedyalko Delchev, an AUBG professor, comments on his proposal for a duel toward the critic Georgi Kapriev.

The Colors of Early Spring: White and Red

Credits to Tsvetellina Miteva

Martenitsa workshop or how to have fun creating a Bulgarian souvenir.

Fancy Footwork and a Flavorful Feast

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A colorful wrap up of International Week 2015. Bring on the Taste Fest!

At the Market

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Have you ever visited the "green market" in Blago? No? Then visit it with one of our Owls.

The Travel Life of Dan Fellner

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New AUBG professor Dan Fellner has joined the JMC Department in search for yet another memorable story in his repertoire of life adventures.

Dreams, Pierced on His Skin

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

Receiving or Rejecting Refugees?

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Radostina Pavlova, an alumna from the class of 1999, talked about refugees and immigration issues in Bulgaria.

Kristiyan Dimitrov – a Student-Teacher

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What is it like to experience both sides of the education process - being the student and the teacher? Learn more with AUBG student Kristiyan Dimitrov.

America and Bulgaria: Chronicles of a Friendship

Photo credits: Tsvetiana Zaharieva.

Bulgarian Ambassador to the United States, Elena Poptodorova with a lecture on the long history of American educational engagement in Bulgaria.

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