What’s happened in week 47? A potential new faculty in Friesland, RUG computer system hacked, NAM criticism and more.
Nog dertien maanden en dan moet 80 procent van alle RUG-docenten zijn diploma hebben. Anders kost dat miljoenen. ‘De tijd dringt.’
Zorginstituut Nederland is going to make changes, so EU students will no longer be wrongly fined for not having Dutch health insurance.
What’s happened in week 46? University College Groningen costs more, law faculty tolerance changes & Next gets a new name.
Zorginstituut Nederland says they cannot prevent international students getting letters demanding they get insurance.
Mensen vrezen schaliegas. Vanwege het milieu en aardbevingen. Niet nodig, denkt gasgoeroe Rien Herber.
ESN wants to facilitate more international dinners – for many nationalities, eating is a social event.
What’s happened in week 45? A new City Campus, UB access restrictions, an overhaul in dentistry and more.
Hundreds of EU students may have gotten a letter from Zorginstituut Nederland asking them to pay a fine for insurance.
Paolo came to Groningen from Aruba and found the courage to accept his homosexuality. Now he wants to go make a difference.
The museum director described his presence as ‘offensive’, but Egon Krenz claimed to be unbothered. He was invited, after all.
International students often have problems getting their text books. This year, law students in particular were impacted.
What’s happened in week 44? Nestor and My University are merging, exam on Friday evening, open taps at fraternities and more.
What’s happening in Israel and Palestine is no religious conflict, according to insiders. ‘It’s ethnic cleansing.’
Bringing students and townies together is easier said than done. Why get involved if the internationals leave anyway?
You live years away from your country of origin. Then, when you go back… you don’t feel at home anywhere anymore.
Every month they share a traditional dinner. The Latin Americans of Groningen give you bachata songs and ‘gezelligheid’.
Robin, Florian and their friends started DarpDecade: an app that brings Tinder to your closet.
A small majority of Dutch and international students are in favor of keeping the traditional Zwarte Piet, according to a UK poll.
Especially for the UK Jonge Harten is offering 2x two tickets for the exclusive try-out of RO-BOT. RO-BOT!
Vienna reminded the Epicurean of how much he loves a Wiener Schnitzel. Make it veal, not pork.
Tomorrow they’ll be there: hordes of kiddies screaming songs and begging for candy. 5x will tell you how to survive… Sint Maarten.
People say they care about the environment. But in everyday life, their norms don’t mean much, research shows.