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PANITZA LIBRARY NEWS & EVENTS

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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Free Trial Access to Two ProQuest Databases

March 27, 2018
Panitza Library is pleased to inform you that until April 11, 2018, we will have a free trial access to the following ProQuest databases - Arts & Humanities Database and Social Science Premium Collection.
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Guest Lecture by Pieter Cleppe

March 27, 2018
On April 3rd (Tuesday), at 7:30 pm, Panitza Library will host the the lecture "How To Restore Trust in the EU?" by Pieter Cleppe. All are welcome!
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Access to Scopus & ScienceDirect Databases Restored

March 27, 2018
We are pleased to inform you that the access to the Scopus Database and ScienceDirect Freedom Collection is currently restored.
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Collusion, by Luke Harding

March 25, 2018
“Harding…presents a powerful case for Russian interference, and Trump campaign collusion, by collecting years of reporting on Trump’s connections to Russia and putting it all together in a coherent narrative.” —The Nation
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A Women’s History Month / Distinguished Speaker Series (DSS) event

March 21, 2018
On March 26 (Monday) very distinguished speakers will talk about a society - free from bias, in which all have equal rights and opportunities. The event will take place on the ground floor of Panitza Library.
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The Curse of Babylon: Misinforming, by Prof. Dimitar Christozov

March 19, 2018
On March 20th (Tuesday), Prof.Dimitar Christozov will give a lecture about misinforming as a hazard: risk modeling and managing. The event will take place at 7:30 p.m. on the ground floor of Panitza Library.
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