New Exhibition Opens at the Library Art Gallery

New Exhibition Opens at the Library Art Gallery

April 14, 2014

The Library Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of paintings by Claire Arkas. The exhibition opened on Friday, February 7, in the Library Art Gallery. Born in İzmir in 1978, Claire Arkas studied at

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Library User Satisfaction Survey

Library User Satisfaction Survey

April 14, 2014

Are you satisfied with Bilkent University Library? How well is the Library meeting your needs? In what ways can we develop library services and activities? If you have answers to these questions and would

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L’Atelier de Théâtre Français Celebrates 10th Anniversary With “Variations”

L’Atelier de Théâtre Français Celebrates 10th Anniversary With “Variations”

April 14, 2014

This year, L’Atelier de Théâtre Français (the French Theater Club) at Bilkent is celebrating its 10th anniversary. To mark the occasion, students from the Department of Translation and Interpretation staged their 10th annual show

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How & Where They Write: Ioannis Grigoriadis

How & Where They Write: Ioannis Grigoriadis

April 14, 2014

BY ALP RODOPLU (HIST/MA) Alp Rodoplu: Do you enjoy writing? Ioannis Grigoriadis: I do. Writing brings our ideas and our intellectual struggles into existence. We give shape to what we think through writing, and

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“Illusionist” by COMD Instructor Portrays Sermet Erkin; First Screening on Campus This Thursday

“Illusionist” by COMD Instructor Portrays Sermet Erkin; First Screening on Campus This Thursday

April 14, 2014

The film “Illusionist,” produced and directed by Communication and Design instructor Kağan Olguntürk, will have its first screening on April 17 at 5:30 p.m. in room FFB-22 of the FADA building. The film is

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Little Did We Know

Little Did We Know

April 14, 2014

Writing fiction is unbelievably fun, so much so that I can’t stop myself from getting animated, jumping on chairs and tables, laughing and being amazed at an idea that has just popped up in

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A Couple of Words on Autism

A Couple of Words on Autism

April 14, 2014

I do not write often about genetics—as well I shouldn’t, since this is a column for general audiences, and genetics is one of the most jargon-infested fields out there (that, and I am not

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Why Music Reviewing Matters

Why Music Reviewing Matters

April 14, 2014

I was inspired to write such a column when I watched an hour-long panel from SXSW 2014 about the relevance of music reviewing, in which two of my favorite reviewers, Anthony Fantano and Myke

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