Tag Archives: culture

Envisioning a Book in a Dream: “The Shadow Land” by Elizabeth Kostova


"The Shadow Land", Elizabeth Kostova's newest novel, comes to AUBG. Learn more about the author's inspiration, writing process and creative challenges and find out an extraordinary way to come up with a book plot.

Winter Wonderland in the Heart of Sofia


Take a break from the projects and the finals and experience Christmas in a Berlin style in Weihnachtsmarkt Sofia!

Students Experience The Magic of “Swan Lake”

Photo courtesy of: Zaharkin Igor

It is a common misconseption that young people do not care so much about art and culture anymore. AUBG students and faculty have proven this stereotype wrong.

The “Not So” Hidden Gem of Europe: Prague


“The City of One Hundred Spires” or simply Prague.

The Film Festival in The City That Never Sleeps


A cultural trip featuring current documentaries, ceaseless raining, and a ten-people group's worth of laugh, tears, and genuine emotions.

New York In a Way You Have Never Seen It


See New York from a different perspective: its nature, culture, and history. Discover more of the city that never sleeps.

A New Class Helps Freshmen Adapt to AUBG

First-year students during a group discussion

AUBG introduces a new mandatory course for all first-year students. Do the students find it useful, though?

Beyond the Nature of TEDxAUBG


Inspirational talks challenging the status of media, education, business, art and science. TEDxAUBG with another dose of inspiration.

International Week 2015


International Week 2015 is almost here. Learn more with AUBG Daily.

The Travel Life of Dan Fellner


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

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