“Third-Class Relationships” on Stage This Week

“Third-Class Relationships” on Stage This Week

April 29, 2014

The play “Third-Class Relationships” is being performed by third-year Department of Theater students in the Bilkent Theater Hall. The play opened last week, but audiences still have a chance to see this production; the

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Aspiring Leaders Gather at Leadership Forum

Aspiring Leaders Gather at Leadership Forum

April 29, 2014

This past weekend, the fifth Leadership Forum took place at the Rixos Grand Hotel. This annual symposium is organized by the Bilkent Brand Club. The 2014 forum, sponsored by TTNET, was held on April

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Exhibition of Paintings by Claire Arkas at the Library Art Gallery

Exhibition of Paintings by Claire Arkas at the Library Art Gallery

April 29, 2014

The Library Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of paintings by Claire Arkas. Born in İzmir in 1978, Claire Arkas studied at the Ecole Cantonale d’Arts du Valais in Sierre, Switzerland, and the Ecole

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European Social Policy Examined at Jean Monnet Workshop

European Social Policy Examined at Jean Monnet Workshop

April 29, 2014

Assist. Prof. Dimitris Tsarouhas, Jean Monnet Chair in the Department of International Relations, recently organized a Jean Monnet workshop on European social policy. The workshop took place on April 11, with Paul Copeland of

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Football and 4×4 Volleyball Tournament Results

Football and 4×4 Volleyball Tournament Results

April 29, 2014

The spring semester football and volleyball tournaments have ended, and the results are in! The football tournament had 440 students, organized into 44 teams, taking part, while 126 students, on 18 teams, played in

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Wooden Heart

Wooden Heart

April 29, 2014

In honor of International Children’s Day, I decided to share a children’s story I wrote. Don’t forget to be a child at heart and celebrate the beautiful spring days! — Once upon a time,

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Galloping… Mythology?

Galloping… Mythology?

April 29, 2014

Spring Fest is (or rather, was) here, and while I do not particularly dislike it or the activities it entails (it’s unbearably noisy, to be sure, but I also get to gorge myself on

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Traveling Man

Traveling Man

April 29, 2014

This week I would like to introduce you to Amir Mohammed or, by his stage name, Oddisee. He is a young and ambitious rapper and producer from Washington, DC, who already has more than

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