Studying in a private university does not make students rich. Everything that is sold from water to cookies at the Bilgi University’s campus has extremely high prices. The result was a boycott held by students at the students’ cafeteria.
24/12/13 - 16:25
Krek theater at Istanbul Bilgi University’s Santral Campus is presenting two new plays this season: “Corpses of My Father” and “The Miss.”
7/01/14 - 11:58
70 percent of the protesters at the Gezi Park do not feel close to any political party in Turkey and 53.7 percent say that they are taking part in a mass demonstration for the first time, a poll conducted by Istanbul Bilgi University academics among the occupiers of the park revealed.
5/06/13 - 15:12
“I wanted to experience something completely different.” “I like to know a new countries and cultures.” These are probably the most frequent answers when someone asks an Erasmus student why did he or she chose Istanbul as a destination for exchange study. But there are also others who would probably give you a different answer.
6/12/12 - 15:46
German expats in Istanbul opened the Holiday Season with a Christmas sale at the German School. There were long lines waiting to get inside but some complained of lack of Christmas atmosphere.
6/12/12 - 15:10
Tarlabaşı is one of the neighborhoods at the center of Istanbul undergoing urban renewal plans. For some inhabitants it means becoming homeless and for others it is an investment opportunity.
9/11/12 - 15:23
A dedicated team of Turks and foreigners is trying to launch floorball as an official sports branch in Turkey. The International Floorball Federation has member associations from 54 countries.
29/10/12 - 14:07
Fusion jazz combining Spanish Flamenco with Miles Davis inspired notes was performed by a trio from Cadiz, Spain in Istanbul’s jazz club Nardis. Their inspiration came from New York 50 years ago.
17/10/12 - 13:28
Documentary film “Playhouse” tells the story of 5.5 million women in Turkey who are or were child brides. Filmmaker Bingol Elmas explains the stories behind these child marriages.
17/10/12 - 13:11
A group of young people from Istanbul’s Rum community and academicians from Greece launched a Greek publishing house called Istos (Web) half a century after Greek publishing in Istanbul ceased in Istanbul.
5/06/12 - 15:44
Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, widely known as Kapali Carsi (Covered Bazaar) is full of amazing surprises. Murat Bilir who has a liliputian shop selling what he terms as “cultural objects” is one of those surprises. He has a story to go with each artifact he displays.
20/05/12 - 23:40