Need a break at the end of week 10?
Pick up the spring newsletter and find out about RIT/ACMT's newest language -- Cringlish! That's right, a mixture of Croatian and English.
Ne mogu to bilivat! You'll also find fun events, interviews with international students at our Zagreb campus, and stories about our alumni: Ana Mutnjaković with the Red Cross in Pakistan and Danijela Radić pursuing a doctorate in PR in the US. And don't forget about professors! Faculty research and faculty and staff awards are listed on the back cover.
Special thanks to our student writers for this issue: Pami Kolega, Marijana Bello and Ena Paponja for their contributions, as well as designer Viktor Zimmermann for another beautiful issue.
Enjoy your newsletter which can also be found at the following link: http://www.acmt.hr/datoteke/newsletter_spring.pdf
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