AUBG Stories

AUBG Film Featured on Bulgarian TV

An AUBG documentary class production, “Buzludzha: Memories in the Dust,” was featured on BNT 2 TV on Monday, Feb. 9. The film was the work of Prof. Melody Gilbert’s documentary…
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Lukas Bieber – “AUBG is a totally new experience to me”

Friendly smile, excellent style and pleasant personality are the first things you will notice about Lukas Bieber, an Erasmus Exchange student from Bremen, Germany. What you…
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Desislava Vodenicharova, “I believe anyone could have done the same”

AUBG student Desislava Vodenicharova recently stumbled upon a significant amount of money. The money had been hidden in a university library book and Vodenicharova could have…
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Nelly Popova ’16: “AUBG gave me the opportunity to discover myself”

A beautiful smile, a positive personality, and a sharp mind best describe Nelly Popova, a third-year student form Bulgaria majoring in Business Administration and Economics.…
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Konstantinos Giouzakov ’17: “It is all about variety and location”

Some say you can never have both the looks and the brains. Those who believe this apparently have never met Konstantinos “Kostas” Giouzakov. A second-semester freshman majoring…
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Angelina Markova: “America for Bulgaria Foundation Gave Me the Two Best Education Opportunities in My Life”

When people talk about education, they tend to think of the classroom, but as Angelina Markova’s story shows, learning can happen anywhere. Currently an AUBG senior majoring…
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Stoil Stoilov ‘15: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Google

One question races through the minds of soon-to-be-graduates: “How can I make use of the theory that I learned in my university classes?” Stoil Stoilov, a senior from Bulgaria…
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Desislava Urdeva ’16: “AUBG broadened my horizons”

Brazil, Germany, Ukraine, and Switzerland are but a few of the countries where Desislava “Desi” Urdeva has followed her passion for travelling. No mere tourist, Urdeva is…
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Tsvetiana Zaharieva '17: “WAT” It Feels Like

During their first year at AUBG, freshmen frequently hear about “WAT” from returning students. These new students may not know what it means, but it sounds exciting; it is…
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Milan Pinalov, Bulgaria, 2014: “I found out that AUBG is the answer”

If the term “AUBGer” ever makes it into the Oxford English Dictionary, its primary synonym will probably be “well-rounded,” for an AUBGer not only juggles several academic…
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