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47: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 47? A potential new faculty in Friesland, RUG computer system hacked, NAM criticism and more.

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Tijd dringt voor BKO

Nog dertien maanden en dan moet 80 procent van alle RUG-docenten zijn diploma hebben. Anders kost dat miljoenen. ‘De tijd dringt.’

dinsdag 18 november
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ZiN: no more confusing letters

Zorginstituut Nederland is going to make changes, so EU students will no longer be wrongly fined for not having Dutch health insurance.

woensdag 12 november
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46: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 46? University College Groningen costs more, law faculty tolerance changes & Next gets a new name.

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Insurance letters keep coming

Zorginstituut Nederland says they cannot prevent international students getting letters demanding they get insurance.

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Schaliegas kost toch te veel

Mensen vrezen schaliegas. Vanwege het milieu en aardbevingen. Niet nodig, denkt gasgoeroe Rien Herber.

dinsdag 11 november
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ESN focusses on food

ESN wants to facilitate more international dinners – for many nationalities, eating is a social event.

woensdag 5 november
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45: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 45? A new City Campus, UB access restrictions, an overhaul in dentistry and more.

dinsdag 4 november
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EU students face fines

Hundreds of EU students may have gotten a letter from Zorginstituut Nederland asking them to pay a fine for insurance.

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'I want to change Aruba'

Paolo came to Groningen from Aruba and found the courage to accept his homosexuality. Now he wants to go make a difference.

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Krenz unbothered by critics

The museum director described his presence as ‘offensive’, but Egon Krenz claimed to be unbothered. He was invited, after all.

donderdag 30 oktober
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International books often late

International students often have problems getting their text books. This year, law students in particular were impacted.

woensdag 29 oktober
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44: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 44? Nestor and My University are merging, exam on Friday evening, open taps at fraternities and more.

 
 

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Symbolically homeless

You live years away from your country of origin. Then, when you go back… you don’t feel at home anywhere anymore.

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Latin Americans in Groningen

Every month they share a traditional dinner. The Latin Americans of Groningen give you bachata songs and ‘gezelligheid’.

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Swapping your wardrobe

Robin, Florian and their friends started DarpDecade: an app that brings Tinder to your closet.

vrijdag 14 november
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Zwarte Piet still welcome

A small majority of Dutch and international students are in favor of keeping the traditional Zwarte Piet, according to a UK poll.

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Jonge Harten

Especially for the UK Jonge Harten is offering 2x two tickets for the exclusive try-out of RO-BOT. RO-BOT!

woensdag 12 november
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Wiener Schnitzel

Vienna reminded the Epicurean of how much he loves a Wiener Schnitzel. Make it veal, not pork.

maandag 10 november
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The best way: St. Maarten

Tomorrow they’ll be there: hordes of kiddies screaming songs and begging for candy. 5x will tell you how to survive… Sint Maarten.

vrijdag 7 november
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Your norms don't mean much

People say they care about the environment. But in everyday life, their norms don’t mean much, research shows.

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Are internationals smarter?

Dutch students are told: ‘The internationals are doing so much better.’ But is that true?

vrijdag 31 oktober
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Business after class

Have you ever considered turning a great idea into your own business? Four students share their experiences.