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Work and Travel on Nantucket

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Find out what AUBG students have to share about Nantucket, their work on the island, and their travels.

AUBG Professors’ Reading Habits Vol. 2

Old Books

In need of a book recommendation? Ever wonder what AUBG professors enjoy reading? Find out more about their reading preferences.

AUBG Alumnus Petar Kanev Returns on Campus as a Media Law&Ethics Professor

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Discover who the new Media Law&Ethics professor from the JMC Department this year is with AUBG Daily.

AUBG Professors’ Reading Habits Vol. 1

Old Books

In need of a book recommendation? Ever wonder what AUBG professors enjoy reading? Find out more about their reading preferences.

Ivan Stoykov – Once a Student, Now a Teacher

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Ivan Stoykov, AUBG's first MAT/JMC major has fully embraced the teacher's job at Zlatarski International School of Sofia since his graduation in 2014. Among the first-year students at AUBG there are also six of his students. Find out more about

Senior AUBG Daily Blitz Vol.2

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Once an Owl, always an Owl. Meet some of the fourth-year students, to whom AUBG Daily is saying goodbye with its annual blitz interview.

AUBG’s Got Law

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"A sprint running with the distance of a marathon", "fabulous", "beneficial" - the words Alina, Jetmira, and Hristina used to describe their experience with the Jessup International Moot Court Competition. Find out more about their inspirational story with AUBG Daily.

Shpat Deda Brings His Award-Winning Short Film “Home” to AUBG

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Feb. 17 - "Home" won BAFTA award for Best Short Film. April 8. Its producer and AUBG alumnus Shpat Deda arrived in Blagoevgrad for an exclusive screening of the movie. Find out more about the team, the history of the

Japan on the Edge of Reforms – Education, Success and Modernization

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With its indicative PISA results and quality of its education, why would Japan opt for educational reforms at all? If 'change for the sake of change' is not the answer, find out what the real motives are with AUBG Daily.

Zachary Karabashliev Тakes AUBG on a Poetic Road Trip

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Four years have passed since AUBG Daily wrote about the famous Bulgarian author Zachary Karabashliev, who was then a guest speaker at the university. AUBG now welcomes him one more time for a talk with the students and the community.

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