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My name is Ali Eren Olgun and I want to tell you about GuruShots, a photography platform that has a website, and a mobile app. With GuruShots, photographers open themed photography challenges and users submit their photos to compete for level-ups and even prizes.

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It was Prague students’ very own march for the “Friday for Future” movement, which was inspired by a young Swedish environmental activist, Greta Thunberg.

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Hands of the Tasty Ebony

By Jordan Unachukwu • January 22, 2019

The diaspora experience of Africans in the Czech Republic is a tale of interesting journeys in diversity. Survivalism, capacity building and even spirituality are some of the underlined considerations that shaped their trajectory in this country.

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Life Is All About Balance

By Otto Neu • January 22, 2019

Three years ago, I met my current flatmate and good friend, Filip Mydliar. When I first met Filip in Maastricht, Netherlands, I noticed that there was something different about him.

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Queens of the Night

By Lena Fix • January 22, 2019

Edgardo and Gizela both live in Prague and both come from Puerto Rico. Edgardo is a flight attendant and Gizela is a performer in night clubs... Yet Gizela and Edgardo are one and the same. To find out more, listen to their story.

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Have you ever heard the phrase, “take it like a man” or “man up?” Why does showing any form of weakness, emotion, or sensitivity equate to a male not being a man? Haley Montowski looks at three generations of men’s thoughts on masculinity.

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In the heart of Prague, a young Turkish guy is selling handmade ceramics at the Christmas markets. He is selling his products at the busiest part of the city: the Old Town Square. Go and visit his little stall and check out the ceramics he is selling!

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(A)broad Mind

By Laila Zohdy • January 22, 2019

Moving away from your country and living abroad can be the hardest thing a person has to do. You pack all your personal belongings and set off on a journey with no definite answers to what happens next. You basically start your life from scratch; all you have is just some goals, dreams and expectations.

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My IFSA group was fortunate enough to enjoy a weekend trip to the town of Jelení in the northwest Czech Republic. The booming, bustling town is really on the rise: its population has skyrocketed in recent years from 0 people in 2011, to a family of 4 in 2018. Oh, and both alpacas.

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Six Prague College students and one lecturer from the School of Art and Design presented their personal work this October in the 23rd International Festival of Contemporary Art 4+4 Days in Motion.

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