What’s happened in week 38? RUG rises in rankings, UB is under construction and more.
Huisbazen omzeilen de 15 procentnorm door een verdieping op hun studentenhuis bouwen. Goed voor het uitzicht en boze buren.
The first MOOC from the RUG is online, and it actually works. But can students resist distractions in the virtual classroom?
What’s happened in week 37? Slavic student can graduate after all, the RUG shouldn’t collaborate with Russia and more.
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your update from 26 August – 3 September.
Even in het raamkozijn zitten roken. Of snel plassen uit de zolderdeur. Het is levensgevaarlijk. Regelmatig vallen studenten uit het raam.
Internationals are struggling to find a room this year. Hopefully next year, the trouble will be over.
The Martini church was not big enough for the 1,600 new international students lined up for the Welcome Ceremony.
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your weekly update from 19 – 25 June
Internationals struggle, after the Dutch government demanded they work 56 hours a month to get financial aid.
International students love soft drugs even more than the Dutch. However, they overestimate the use of hash and weed in Groningen.
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your weekly update from 12- 18June
What’s happening at the university? Afraid you missed anything? Here is your weekly update from 05 – 11 June
Of course you are prejudiced! Germans obey rules, Dutch do drugs and Romanians are poor. Aren’t they?
Where are the most stylish places in Groningen to find the best food and drinks? Find out were to go.
It started with a comment from a reader. Now, the Epicurean goes vegan with avocado toast.
Once again, students are being conned into renting rooms that don’t exist. The same thing happened last year.
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German student Katrin Heinzerling thought it was high time the RUG got a TEDx of its own. Intimate and with lots of discussion.
Dana Entcheva from Bulgaria had a painful reality check when coming to Groningen. ‘I was actually crying during one of the exams.’
Many students spend money to work on charitable projects abroad, but why would you pay to go do good? Who profits the most?
Stephan Peters investigated the stuff you can’t see. Now he knows: dark matter around galaxies is shaped like a rugby ball.
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