Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

October 14, 2014

By Elif Karabay (IR/IV) Name:Kamran Bayramov (MAN/III) What’s your favorite triple? a) Movie: “Scent of a Woman” b) Book: “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas c) Song: “Ta Fete” by Stromae Can you describe

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Leaping Over Handrails and Jumping Off Buildings

Leaping Over Handrails and Jumping Off Buildings

October 14, 2014

I don’t know how many of you have heard of parkour. Probably a lot. In any case, here’s a small introduction: Once upon a time, there was a French soldier who was really good

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“Gone Girl”

“Gone Girl”

October 14, 2014

What are the first names that come to your mind when you’re asked about your favorite thriller writers? Be it the psychological or the mystery thriller, I have found that the majority of us

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Alt-J Going Experimental

Alt-J Going Experimental

October 14, 2014

If you have been following my columns for some time, you might have noticed that I try to introduce various musical movements and ideas or promote interesting non-mainstream bands. Since my intention is to

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The International Chronicles

The International Chronicles

October 14, 2014

BY AMNA BATOOL  Name: Libby Ann Hassan Department: (BIM/II) Home Country: England Why did you choose Turkey? Because it’s a perfect combination of Western and Eastern culture. What will you miss most about Turkey?

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

September 29, 2014

By Elif Karabay (IR/IV) Name:Alper Karakoyunlu (IR/IV) What’s your favorite triple? a) Movie: “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” b) Book: “Gülün Solduğu Akşam” by Erdal Öz c) Song: “Mahur Beste” by Ahmet Kaya Can you

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Connect to Life

Connect to Life

September 29, 2014

“We live in a world where world hunger causes worry but a dead battery causes panic.” This is what’s written on the T-shirts my friend/mentor brought back from his trip to the Netherlands. That

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Spiral

Spiral

September 29, 2014

Spiral To be frank, gastropods are one of those taxa that I find to be a little unsettling. You see, I’m not formally trained as a biologist, so when cataloguing animals, I tend to

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