Tag Archives: Dannie Chalk

AUBG’S Women and Gender Resource Center

The homely interior; Dimitar Bratovanov for AUBG Daily

How was the Women and Gender Resource Center planned and what would happen to it after Professor Chalk's departure? We're shedding the unknowns around its purpose and future.

Riding the Ship Through the Storm – AUBG Speaks in the Light of Changes

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The voice of AUBG faculty, students and staff regarding the recent change of AUBG presidency.

AUBG Community Gathers at the Earth Hour Concert

Members of PTPI "Better Community Club" with club adviser Professor Sabina Wien. Photo Credits: Lisa Glybchenko

The end of the Environment Week at AUBG was marked by the Earth Hour concert, which gathered Earth lovers, ecology enthusiasts and curious students to celebrate together our planet.

What to Expect From FanCon Vol. 2

Photo: Radosveta Miltcheva

A Fantasy Convention will be organized in AUBG for the second time. Find out why you might want to attend it and what to expect from it.

Did You Already Choose Your Major?

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Did you select your major? For those of you who are still wondering what to study the Student Advising Center is there to help.

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?

Get Your Geek On!

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The Fantasy Convention gathered AUBG geeks for movie screenings, gaming, sports and art competitions.

Geeks of AUBG, Unite!

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AUBG is having its own first sci-fi and fantasy convention with geeky competitions, a movie festival, and game tournaments.

The Liberal Art of Self Design

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How could students benefit from cross-disciplinary education at AUBG?

Witch: Demystified

Something Wicked This Way Comes

The history of a witch: Professor Dannie Chalk debunks some of the famous myths about witchcraft in early modern England

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