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Beyond the Coffee

By Kowsouy Butthep • June 29, 2018

There are a plethora of cafés in Prague where you can find professionals and students glued to their laptops typing away, or cafés full of hasty tourists fueling their energy before returning to their journey. The key to finding the right café to unwind and focus on your work should be places that avoid those hasty tourists. You will stumble upon many (decent or just bad) cafés on your hunt to find the perfect one that suits you, so let’s give you some help.

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Music in the Czech Republic

By Lika Sas • June 29, 2018

The Czech Republic is a multicultural country, and it’s located in the heart of Europe, having a lot of neighbors around. This is an interesting fact when it comes to festivals in the Czech Republic! So, this article will tell you what music is available for Czech people and what are they listening to

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Why Style Matters

By Nino Aphakidze • June 29, 2018

Feeling comfortable is important but it doesn’t mean that you have to stop caring about your style and the way you look. If you ever heard someone saying anything like what I mentioned above, or said it yourself, then you should know – what you are wearing matters.

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The following is an excerpt from an upcoming original theatre piece called ‘So, Where Are You Really From?’, a minimalistic composition of reflections on the issue of identity. Created by second-generation Vietnamese immigrants in the Czech Republic, Hong Nhung Dang and Huyen Vi Tran (me).

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Parsing the Arbitrary

By Lucia Ott • June 29, 2018

Five students of the MA Fine Art and six students of the MA Future Design programme displayed their results of the last two years

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The Czech Republic and Germany have completely different attitudes towards the Refugee Crisis.

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Lucia Ott reviews the work in this year's 2nd year HND Graphic Design exhibition

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Keisha Brokaw is one of a group of students from the USA who attended Prague College for this year's Reimagining Europe programme coordinated by our partners at IFSA-Butler

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Viva Venezia

By Paul DeLave • May 21, 2018

In late October of last semester, a group of ten Prague College School of Art and Design Students and four instructors (Paul DeLave, George Allen, Franco Huller and Sean McAlorum) made an amazing trip to the 57th annual Art Biennale in Venice, Italy.

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Whether it’s the CEO of Uber openly referring to the company as “Boober,” or inciting the company to invest money to discredit female journalists by attacking her personal and family life, Uber has major internal issues.

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