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Anastasia Shishkina is a 3rd year humanities student at Anglo-American University in Prague originally from Russia and currently studying abroad at Chapman University, California. Being involved in many student activities and taking advantage of studying in an international environment truly enriches her life that offered her countless adventurous both home and abroad. In our latest featured… [read more]

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My Voice Unheard is a humanistic project that aims at bringing a counter-narrative to the uni-dimensional and clichéd image of Pakistan through self-expression. Anum Nawaz and her team collect biographies and a memoirs of real Pakistani’s who are not terrorists or extremists and have in fact, contributed positively to the world in their own distinct… [read more]

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During the summer of 2015, we were happy to host 40 short-term EVS volunteers for our summer project in sport reporting volunteering on handball in Macedonia. In this issue, we follow up with one of our dear volunteers, Sofia Arthurs-Schoppe, who has come to Europe a long way from a faraway country, New Zealand. Along… [read more]

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Prepared by: Hristina Sibinovska and Ana Alibegova Edited by: Stefan Alijevikj The beautiful island of Crete has not become widely known only due to the sandy beaches and crystal clear waters attracting thousands of tourists each year, but even more, it reached the front pages and the breaking news as being one of the gates… [read more]

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Written by: Zrinka Šajn (Croatia), Bora Eseroğlu (Turkey), Mesut Urcan (Turkey), Arda Tüzüner (Turkey), Nicolò Donati (Italy) , Sofia Peresani (Italy), Hazal Korkut (Turkey) and Ayça Şahin (Turkey)  Edited by: Ana Alibegova / Stefan Alijevikj The cozy town in Slovenian Istria – Piran is certainly a place worth to visit. Not only it is famous among Slovenian and foreign tourists… [read more]

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Interviewer: Lea Linin Photos:Graffiti Radio Enjoying her recent rejuvenation, after the European concept of youth and age limit has been shifted a bit; Sandra Laborier devotes all her youthful energy to Graffiti Radio, a 15 – hour slot of youth shows (Monday-Friday 2-5 p.m.) within the community, nation- wide radio is called Radio ARA (www.ara.lu).… » read more

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