Gülşen and Teoman to Headline This Year’s Spring Fest Concerts

Gülşen and Teoman to Headline This Year’s Spring Fest Concerts

April 1, 2019

This year’s Spring Fest concerts will take place at the Odeon on May 3 and 4, featuring Gülşen (Friday) and Teoman (Saturday). Both concerts will begin at 9 p.m. Concert tickets will be sold

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New Book by Feyzan Erkip

New Book by Feyzan Erkip

April 1, 2019

Prof. Feyzan Erkip of the Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture has published a new book, “Piyasa Yapmanın Yeni Yüzleri: AVM’ler, Sokaklar, Kentler” (The New Faces of Hangouts: Shopping Malls, Streets, and Cities).

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A New Phase for the Center for Russian Studies

A New Phase for the Center for Russian Studies

April 1, 2019

After a decade of relative inactivity, the Bilkent Center for Russian Studies (CRS) is experiencing a renaissance this spring. Initially founded in the late 1990s, CRS aims to reestablish itself as one of the

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Günköy Volunteers Make a Difference for Children in Amasya

Günköy Volunteers Make a Difference for Children in Amasya

April 1, 2019

Volunteers from Günköy (The Sun Rises From the Village), a project of the student volunteer organization TDP, recently spent a weekend working at Uluköy Şehit Komiser Mustafa Düzgün Middle School in the village of

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Archaeology Students Take Part in Student Symposium

Archaeology Students Take Part in Student Symposium

April 1, 2019

Recently, two students from the Department of Archaeology traveled to Erzurum to take part in the 10th International Archaeology Student Symposium. The symposium, organized by undergraduate archaeology students, is held each year at a

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10  Ways to Study Efficiently

10 Ways to Study Efficiently

April 1, 2019

Efficiency (n): The act of surviving the semester by having an elegant, above three point five GPA. Who wouldn’t want that? The problem is maybe not knowing the right ways to get the maximum

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The International Chronicles

The International Chronicles

April 1, 2019

BY NAUSHERWAN AZIZ (MAN/III) Name: Mohamed Jamal Bakali Tahiri Department: Psychology/I Country of Origin: Morocco What do you like best about Turkey? What I like most about Turkey is the huge amount of diversity

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Window on the Post-Punk Scene

Window on the Post-Punk Scene

April 1, 2019

Anyone who has some taste in music would agree with the proposition that the last four decades have been very prolific for the music scene. Among those decades, the one that has had perhaps

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