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From the wire: Serbian journalists visit Marquette

Five Serbian journalists visited Johnston Hall Wednesday Nov. 9, to discuss their experiences in America covering the U.S. election. The journalists were visiting under the U.S. Library of Congress Open World Program.

The discussion was based upon the results of Tuesday’s election, the consequential rise...


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Aleksandar Nešić - dobitnik nagrade za najbolji studentski akademski rad na ECOC 2016

Aleksandar Nešić, naš nekadašnji kolega i trenutni doktorant na Karlsrue Institutu za tehnologiju, dobitnik je nagrade za najbolji studentski akademski rad na Evropskoj konferenciji za optičke komunikacije (ECOC 2016), održanoj nedavno u Dizeldorfu. Rad pod nazivom "Hybrid 2D/3D Photonic...


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In the news: Serbia’s silver medal in Rio gives Peric national pride
Dara Peric couldn’t stop smiling.
 
But when she looked around the room at her teammates, the expressions on their faces were a bit different.
 
The Serbian women’s volleyball team competed in the Olympics this summer in Rio de Janeiro, earning a silver medal. That medal run included a win in...

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Students from two cultures find common ground, understanding
January of 2016 marked the first semester-long Clemson study abroad trip to Belgrade, Serbia. Seven students from Clemson spent three and a half months studying at the University of Belgrade. As an alumna of the summer 2012 Balkan study abroad program and a current Fulbright ETA in Niš, Serbia (about...

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Becoming a journalist in Serbia

By Sasha Nyary

Be bold—don’t be afraid to ask strangers questions.
 
This was one of the crucial journalistic skills Leah Willingham, a senior at Mount Holyoke College, developed during the spring of her junior year. She spent much of her time walking the streets of Belgrade, looking for people to...

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Serbian wins women's chess tournament at European Universities Games

Serbia’s Adela Velikic won the women’s chess tournament as action continued today at the European Universities Games (EUG) in Croatia.

Representing the University of Belgrade, Velikic won seven matches and drew only once on her way to taking gold ahead of Russia’s Baira Kovanova from the Ural State...


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In the news: Serbian native Milinkovic relishing role with Women's Hoops

MOREHEAD, Ky. - At age 26, Lazar Milinkovic says he has grown into a more mature basketball coach.

Milinkovic, who just completed his second season as an assistant coach with the Morehead State women's team, broke into the business at the unheard of age of 19.

A native of Belgrade, Serbia, Milinkovic came to...