International students often have problems getting their text books. This year, law students in particular were impacted.
William Thielicke developed a drone that can fly like a bird. Now, he’s looking to bring his models to the masses.
What’s happened in week 44? Nestor and My University are merging, exam on Friday evening, open taps at fraternities and more.
Wanna have a career in the European Union? Ask Margot Recter, she can help you get a foot in the door.
What’s happened in week 43? A culture of fear in the dentistry school, learning communities grow, a checkers champion and more.
Zes jaar aan de RUG en dan? Wegwezen! De RUG wil meer flexibiliteit, medewerkers blijven met lege handen achter.
What’s happened in week 42? Epke Zonderland wins gold, Finno-Ugric studies end, a Middle English poem goes viral and more.
What’s happened in week 41? Arts PhDs are denied parental leave, RUG drops in THE ranking, Saudis are stable and more.
After years of fighting for it, the spoken language in the University Council is shifting to English. Nice for Taku Mutezo.
Studenten en recent afgestudeerden van tandheelkunde maken zich ernstige zorgen over hun opleiding. ‘Veel studenten zijn bang voor hun docenten.’
What’s happened in week 40? Smartphones forbidden, stereotypical machine has to go, brainfreeze and more.
The University of Groningen aims to recruit students from yet another unusual country: Kazakhstan.
Is there a ‘Greek issue’ at the Faculty of Economics and Business, or is it a larger problem among international students in general?
Have you ever considered turning a great idea into your own business? Four students share their experiences.
The Epicurean sets the record straight on tofu. The key is to use its qualities carefully.
The 30,000th student of the RUG was international. The 200,000th resident of Groningen also. Coincidence?
Wanna find a really good date without using Tinder of Facebook? Walk the dog, do some sports.
Giuseppe Raudino was just another Erasmus student back in 2001. Now, he has self-published a novel about the exchange.
It’s that obscure instrument from Hawaii – the ukulele. Chinese Maureen Xu fell in love with it and found some fellow uke lovers.
She is British, he is Dutch. She lives in Singapore, he’s in the Caribbean. It’s love at a distance.
Easier said than done, of course. Still, you’ll want a job now, and we’ll tell you how to get one.
Internationals in the Netherlands like soft drugs even more than the Dutch. ‘If you are going to try drugs any time in your life, it will be now.’
So many vegan recipes to choose from. The Epicurean goes for pasta and beans.