Winter Fest Brings Bilkenters an Early Taste of Spring

Winter Fest Brings Bilkenters an Early Taste of Spring

March 7, 2017

Last weekend, for the first time in a number of years, a winter festival was held on the Bilkent campus. Organized by the Bilkent University Student Council, Winter Fest took place on the Main

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Women’s Issues Discussed at Summit

Women’s Issues Discussed at Summit

March 7, 2017

The Bilkent Women’s Studies Society held its first-ever Women’s Summit on February 25 and 26 at Mithat Çoruh Auditorium, bringing together students from different universities, experts in various fields and people from every walk

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Two New Volumes Edited by Pınar Bilgin

Two New Volumes Edited by Pınar Bilgin

March 7, 2017

Two new books coedited by Prof. Pınar Bilgin of the Department of International Relations and the Department of Political Science and Public Administration represent the completion of five years of intensive collaborative research into

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COMD Co-Organizes Conference in India

COMD Co-Organizes Conference in India

March 7, 2017

Asst. Prof. Ahmet Gürata, chair of the Department of Communication and Design, and Asst. Prof. Andreas Treske of the same department recently attended Video Vortex XI, held February 23-26 in Kochi, India. Titled “Video

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A Word From the Wise: Seniors’ Advice to Freshmen

A Word From the Wise: Seniors’ Advice to Freshmen

March 7, 2017

BY TASNEEM AL-GHAMDI (COMD/IV) For most of us, a new role in life presents a variety of challenges and some surprises, too. Advice from someone who’s already been there can help get us through

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Education for the Blind Project – GÖREP

Education for the Blind Project – GÖREP

March 7, 2017

Our eyes are windows to our outer world. We don’t fully understand their importance unless we close them and try to live our lives without sight. There are so many children, and adults, who

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Tales From My Travels: A Camping Nightmare

Tales From My Travels: A Camping Nightmare

March 7, 2017

This story may deviate from my usual style in travel writing, but it’s a travel memory nevertheless; one of those unprecedented events that eventually become dinner-table anecdotes, told with much enthusiasm. While they’re unfolding,

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On Life and Its Future

On Life and Its Future

March 7, 2017

I have a friend who’s a great proponent of the mechanization of the human body. Eyes gleaming, he tells anyone who’ll listen about this new, invulnerable self, exquisitely constructed, free of death. Sometimes he’ll

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