L’Apres Charlie Panelists Address Questions of Freedom, Religion, and Security

CEU’s School of Public Policy, the Center for European Union Research, the French Institute of Budapest, and the French Embassy organized a series of discussions at CEU on May 19 to reflect on freedom, religion, and security in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attack on January 7, 2015. The event was part of CEU’s Frontiers of Democracy series.

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CEU Renews: Architects Share Vision of Future CEU Campus

The CEU community, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the University, gathered May 9 in the construction area of Nador utca 15 in Budapest to celebrate laying the foundations for the renewed downtown campus.

Facing Painful History Strengthens Patriotism, Bell Says at Holocaust Memorialization Book Launch

“The Future of Holocaust Memorialization,” a publication of the Tom Lantos Institute edited by CEU Associate Professor Andrea Peto and Associate Professor Helga Thorson of the University of Victoria, focuses on new ways of teaching the Holocaust.

CEU’s Campus Renewal Represents a Continuing Conversation Between Old and New, Architects Say

Award-winning architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey said that communication between urban cultural heritage and contemporary architecture represents a key part of their design for the CEU campus redevelopment at May 14 event hosted by the Campus Redevelopment Office and the Cultural Heritage Studies Program.

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Cryptography Can Help Solve Old Puzzles and Create New Ones, Csirmaz Says

Laszlo Csirmaz, professor in CEU’s Department of Mathematics and Its Applications, deciphers the mysteries of cryptography.  

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