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Happiness is a Piece of Cake

January 29, 2018

Since DeStress week is over, and the joy from Fur Therapy or the relief brought by the yoga sessions might start to fade away, this little guide of the best brunch places and confectioneries in Budapest might come handy trying to find your inner peace again. 


Being a Vegetarian / Vegan in Budapest

January 29, 2018

Good news first: beautiful Budapest will not disappoint you if you’re a vegan or vegetarian. On the contrary, the plant-eating part of the population will love Budapest for its openness and great food. You will be positively surprised!

Grocery shopping & markets

Aleksiev and Lolua Present CEU Academics and Their Books

Damian Aleksiev, doctoral student in the Department of Philosophy, and Ana Lolua, master's student in the Nationalism Studies program at CEU, have recently created a blog, entitled  ‘Academics and Their Books,’ featuring a series of conversations and photographs of CEU academics in their offices.

CEU Community Comes Together for Philanthropy Week

On November 27, on its fifth anniversary, Philanthropy Day became Philanthropy Week, full of exciting events everyone could get involved in. I had the chance to be part of Bake it >> Make it >>Forward, a very special event that encouraged the members of the CEU community to show off their baking skills by preparing sweet or savory treats or national specialties; and to share their skills which could be useful to their community, such as fixing laptops and more. (This was a twist from last year Bake it forward!)

A Night of Trivia

To cap off Philanthropy Week at CEU, the Student Philanthropy Council and the Alumni Relations office organized a Pub Quiz on Friday night. Philanthropy week, an expanded version of Philanthropy day which has been held annually at CEU, emphasized the importance of philanthropy and expressing gratitude to the people who support CEU.