Monthly Archives: December 2016

Winter at Bard and in Michigan

Winter finally came to Bard in the first weeks of December, and we saw some serious snow out there! The campus of course did not disappoint in terms of photogenic scenery, so enjoy these shots of unashamed upstate winter kitsch! … Continue reading

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More Politics Please: We’re College Students

In my last post I mentioned how Hungarians tend to shy away from discussing politics. In the aftermath of the election, the significance of discussing politics, the debates about the meaning and form of political action and deep-rooted conflicts have … Continue reading

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Because there’s life outside New York City, too

The end of the semester is coming rapidly. It’s hard to believe that only two weeks left. Of course, final papers and presentations are good reminders so I have no other option than to accept the facts, sit down and … Continue reading

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