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PANITZA LIBRARY NEWS & EVENTS

World Book and Copyright Day

April 22, 2018
April 23 is a World Book and Copyright Day. The Library will celebrate by offering amnesty for fines on all overdue items returned that day!
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"Twitter" Revolution goes Tulip, by Nargiza Ryskulova

April 22, 2018
The newest book of our JMC professor Nargiza Ryskulova presents the role of the social media in Kyrgystan's Tulip Revolution.
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10th International Festival "Meeting of Student Choirs"

April 17, 2018
"When you're in a choir, it's about blending into how everyone else sounds." - Jamila Woods
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Erasmus Exchange Evening

April 16, 2018
“Beyond a studying experience, Erasmus is a lot more. For me it is a way to look at the world with new eyes, to feel and discover new emotions and learn what is not written in the notebooks.” - an Erasmus Exchange Student
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Manhattan Beach, by Jennifer Egan

April 16, 2018
“Excellent . . . .Manhattan Beach is a fleet, sinuous epic, abounding with evocative details and felicitous metaphors . . . . [it] magnificently captures the country on the brink of triumph and triumphalism.”—Bookforum
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Guest Lecture by Mr. Leonello Gabrici

April 15, 2018
On April 16th (Monday), at 10.45 am, Panitza Library will host the the lecture “The Future of the EU's Migration Policy" by Mr. Leonello Gabrici. All are welcome!
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Long Night Against Procrastination (14 / 15 April - Saturday / Sunday)

April 12, 2018
This ALL-NIGHT EVENT gives students a safe and quiet space at the Library to complete their work at a critical time in the semester. The Library will be open for 34 hours, starting at 12 pm on Saturday (14 April) and closing at 10.00 pm on Sunday (15 April)!
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Set-Up Your Small Business for Big Success, by Nikola Tomov

April 11, 2018
On April 12th (Thursday), at 7.30 pm Panitza Library will host the the lecture “Set-Up Your Small Business for Big Success", by Mr. Nikola Tomov. All are welcome!
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Comparative Studies of Program Languages, by Stoyan Bonev

April 10, 2018
Five program languages have been presented in the newest book by AUBG Professor Stoyan Bonev.
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The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Europe: A History, by Rita Chin

April 02, 2018
"Comparing the development of multiculturalism both within and across nation-state borders, Chin’s comprehensive account contributes greatly to our understanding of one of the most significant issues facing Europe today." - Michelle Lynn Kahn, EuropeNow
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