What’s happened in week 22? Bachelor enrolment up, recording lectures limited, ACLO branching out and more.
Veel RUG-medewerkers zeggen last te hebben van een hoge werkdruk. Hoe lang gaat dat nog goed?
The Math & Science faculty council and chemistry programme director Dirk Slotboom express concerns about the Yantai plans.
After a court case, astronomer Marc Verheijen finally received a Vici subsidy for 1.5 million euros from research financier NWO.
The number of internationals signing up for European Languages and Cultures grew from 6 last year to 128 for 2015.
International student housing in Groningen has the reputation of being a common target for theft. But is that fair?
Several members of ReThink RUG met last week to discuss the problems facing the university.
What’s happened in week 21? University elections, University Council chairperson changes, thousands new teachers and more.
On Monday, three internationals candidates for the University Council participated in the first ever international student debate.
De UK moest zich door stapels smoelenboeken heen worstelen, maar er is een winnaar!
The new provincial coalition in Friesland wants further research into the proposed eleventh RUG faculty in Leeuwarden.
D66, a local political party, is organizing a debate with international students about their student lives in Groningen.
What’s happened in week 20? ReThink RUG and University Council want reform, matching doesn’t work and more.
Don’t judge a book by its cover – that is the main principle behind the second Human Library project in Groningen.
It’s UKook, the cooking show starring international students and their favourite foods from home. This week: verheiratete.
Emma van der Zalm is taking it all in in Cairo. This week, she asks about the future as she says goodbye.
Raising funds for disaster relief in Nepal is a way for two Nepali RUG students and one alumnus to help and to cope with the aftermath.
John Flood wonders if the RUG was too polite in its agreement with King Saud University.
Sebastian Sobecki found an exciting letter in a boring archive. It sheds new light on annoying and amazing Margery Kempe.
A group of RUG students is pursuing science outside of the lab through DIYbio. Their goal: to make biotechnology accessible.
Emma van der Zalm is taking it all in in Cairo. This week, she discovers the community that developed in Tahrir Square.
It’s UKook, the cooking show starring international students and their favourite foods from home. This week: tarta pascualina.
Science Faction member Nicolai Petkov makes the case for change at the RUG. ‘The crucial question now is, ‘What should we do next?’’