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Working for the International Committee of the Red Cross

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A representative from the world's oldest humanitarian organization, the International Committee of the Red Cross, pays a visit to AUBG to offer various job opportunities. Learn how an ICRC employee can help ease the suffering of people in times of

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.

Professor Lucci Presents His „Casanova: Enlightenment Philosopher“

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Breaking the stereotype about Casanova with the book „Casanova: Enlightenment Philosopher“, edited by Professor Diego Lucci.

AUBG Eco Club is Off to a Running Start

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The story of one of the newest clubs at AUBG and the people behind it: what happens when passion and action combine.

Do We Still Share the Values or Just the Name?

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The Dutch Ambassador to Bulgaria, His Excellency Mr. Tom J.M. van Oorschot, arrived on the AUBG campus to discuss the current presidency of the Netherlands over the Council of the European Union.

Bulgarian Poet Ani Ilkov Visited AUBG

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Are you interested in literature and creative writing? Read more about the Bulgarian poet Ani Ilkov who visited AUBG to talk about his passion for writing.

The Future of the EU Energy Policy

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A former member of the European Parliament Edit Herczog outlines the future plans for a common European framework on energy.

Saving the Planet

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A photostory on how the Environment Week at AUBG ended with the Earth Hour concert.

Publish or Perish

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The Panitza Library presented the collection of essays “Atheism and Deism Revalued: Heterodox Religious Identities in Britain, 1650-1800” by Prof. Diego Lucci.

Live “Inspired Catharsis for the Open Mind”

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

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