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The Library provides three group-study rooms: two on the Second floor - № 329, 330, and one - № 012 in the Basement (no Wi-Fi).
Two people or more can reserve a group-study room for only 2 hours at the Circulation Desk or via chat. It is reasonable to do that at least 1 hour before the group study starts.
The most popular Bulgarian vlogger Emil Conrad will visit AUBG for a lecture on Redefining Popularity: Self-Publishing and the Vlogosphere.
February 27, 7:30 pm
Andrey Delchev Auditorium, Balkanski Academic Center
About Emil Conrad:
Emil has accumulated over 349,000 subscribers with more than 49 million views on his YouTube channel. Also popular on other social media platforms - he has over 290,000 Instagram followers; over 310,000 people follow his Facebook page; and has more than 60,000 Twitter fans. Emil’s second YouTube channel MoreEmil reached 120,000 subscribers and earned him his second silver button on the platform. He and Martin Petrov, a.k.a. Bodil40, are two of the most famous Bulgarian YouTube personalities. Emil Conrad is the author of four books:
• “Things They Don’t Teach Us in School” (2014)
• “Things They Don’t Teach Us in School: the [NON] Sequel” (2015)
• “#Share” (2016)
• “The Art of Being Lazy” (2016)
Spots are limited. Registration required.
Register at http://bit.ly/2odSgxl
The AUBG community celebrates diversity on campus during the 20th International Taste Fest!
Two of our alumni, Ivan Ivanov (’07) and Yavor Atanasov (‘08), returned to campus for our spring Open House. They talked about what it means to be a part of AUBG and how the experience and friendships you make stay with you long after graduation.
“We’ve been talking about psychology for a long time and there has been clear indication that students are interested in having a psychology program,” said Dr. Robert White, AUBG Dean of Faculty.