http://valasz.hu/itthon/gigaberuhazas-keszul-a-pesti-belvarosban-ilyen-lesz-fotok-107375 - Hungarian news site hetivalasz.hu reported in-depth in its article entitled “A Mega Investment About to be Launched in Pest City – This is What It Will Be Like” about CEU launching a large-scale university campus redevelopment in the 5th district, lasting for at least four years.
http://www.parameter.sk/rovat/belfold/2014/12/04/komensky-egyetem-ott-van-vilag-legjobb-egyetemei-kozt - Hungarian language Slovakian online news portal parameter.sk reports: KomenskyUniversity in Bratislava made it into the top 500 universities of the world in the Round University Ranking (RUR) featuring 767 universities.
http://www.szekesfehervar.hu/index.php?pg=news_141517 - Hungarian news portal szekesfehervar.hu reports: At a conference organized on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust, recurrent Visiting Professor in the Department of History at CEU Viktor Karady talked about the situation of Hungarian Jewish intellectuals and elite groups in light of the data of the Hungarian Jewish Lexicon (1929).
http://www.klubradio.hu/cikk.php?cid=181948&id=16 - Hungarian Klub Radio’s news portal reports: BBC News describes CEU as a laboratory for democracy that promotes the values of open society and democracy upon George Soros’s initiative. For the original article, see http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30271801
Other items of Hungarian coverage:
Hungarian economic daily Napi Gazdasag reports: CEU announced the redevelopment of its campus, starting January 2015. The redevelopment project has been designed by award-winning, Dublin-based architectural firm O'Donnell & Tuomey in tandem with Hungarian partner M-Teampannon. The project involves the renovation and new construction of approximately 35,000 square meters at the downtown campus.
Other items of Hungarian coverage:
http://epiteszforum.hu/varos-es-folyo-szentpetervartol-szentpetervarig - Hungarian architecture news portal reports: PhD student in the Department of History at CEU Anna Mazanik participated in a conference entitled “Cities and river environments – a versatile relationship” on November 20 in Marburg, Germany.
Hungarian weekly HVG reports: The most Hungarian of American private universities – this could be one way to characterize Central European University (CEU), founded in 1991 by the Soros Foundation. The institution, which educates more than 1300 students from about 90 countries (20-25 percent of whom are Hungarian) is in a rather unique situation: its Hungarian diplomas are registered by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee as official degrees, the English-language ones are approved by the New York State Education Department.
Hungarian news portal magyarnarancs.hu reports: A memorial erected in remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust and World War II was inaugurated in ELTE’s Trefort Garden: the 1-centimeter-wide and 200-meter-long bronze strip embraces the university campus along its walls as a kind of unique grout between the bricks, bearing 199 names. The university pays homage to its former professors, students, and staff members, all of those who lost their lives as a result of the anti-Jewish laws in forced labor, concentration camps, ghettos, or military service.
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1040996-kis-janos-uj-konyve/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: Kalligram Publishing House, Central European University (CEU) and the Open Society Archives (OSA), held a book launch at OSA on November 28 to mark the new book of Janos Kis, professor in the Department of Political Science at CEU, entitled “What is liberalism?”
The article was also published in Nepszava (11.29.2014., p.3, Kis Janos uj konyve a liberalizmusrol).
http://www.hirado.hu/2014/11/28/a-nok-ugy-erzik-nehezitett-palyan-kell-ervenyesulniuk/ - Hungarian news portal hirado.hu reports: In order to avoid female work force leaving the country, a Female Career Day was organized in Pecs. Topics discussed included the equality of men and women at the workplace and the role of the family in this process.