What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your weekly update from 10 – 16 April.
Luis’s mother was afraid he might become a terrorist. Peter hasn’t even told his parents yet. They’ve converted…to Islam.
Three female researchers from the RUG captured the top spots at FameLab – they’re more familiar with the ‘lab’ than the ‘fame’.
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your weekly update from 3 – 9 April.
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your weekly update from 27 March to 2 April.
Top research institute ERIBA focuses on fundamental biological problems. What causes ageing? Eleven teams share their knowledge to accelerate discoveries.
Another surreal experience for ‘Holland’s Got Talent’ Xiao Wang. A state dinner, where he met the King and the Chinese president.
As the only international on the university council, Romanian student Alexandra Crisan wants all documents to be translated.
Mareike Wiegels no longer buys her clothes from H en M or Primark. She is fighting with other students to end modern-day slavery.
Hij verscheen naakt op tv om zijn droomvrouw te vinden. Over Google maakt hij zich geen zorgen. JP zat in Adam zkt Eva.
The teaching staff’s English is frequently not up to standard. A higher level is needed, say student organizations SOG en Calimero.
Tougher rules for housing mediation agencies will stop students having to pay high prices when searching for a room.
The Groninger Forum wants to show films with English subtitles more often. Today – Tuesday – they start with Die Andere Heimat.
Het was een droom, die carrière in de wetenschap. Maar jonge onderzoekers zijn werkpaarden. Hoppend van contract naar grant.
Tjalling Halbertsma worked in East Asia all his life. He returned to the Netherlands for one job: the new master East Asia Studies.
Wild garlic is very underappreciated says the Epicurean. Pick it yourself, or buy it at the Vismarkt.
There is an urgent need to discuss the elected rector magnificus, Nicolai Petkov says. ‘Don’t behave like silent rabbits.’
International students feel right at home down on the farm. During an ESN excursion on Sunday, they got a taste of Dutch farm living.
Dan wants to cry. The Dutch don’t do hot-cross buns on Easter. However, they do have vases stuffed full of pussy willow.
Only six more years before the number of Dutch students starts to go down. So Groningen desperately needs more students: from abroad.
City Poet Joost Oomen recognizes the struggle of Alan Ginsbergh in Kill your Darlings. As for his first poem? No good at all!
‘The toilet is through there, the washbasin is that way, and the hand towel is on your right…’ Dan’s Guide to Dutch Housing part II.
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