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51: News of the Week

A new labour agreement for employees, council members want arts support, refuge for researchers and more.

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Xtc is heel normaal

De UK enquêteerde 700 studenten over drugsgebruik. Wat bleek? Xtc is niks bijzonders. Vooral voor leden van een studentenvereniging.

woensdag 10 december
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ESN critized over Black Pete

International student organization ESN has been questioned about using traditional black-faced Zwarte Piet at a Sinterklaas party.

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50: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 50? UB shutting out hbo students, arts faculty needs money, criticism of Zwarte Piet and more.

donderdag 4 december
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Student council revived

International representative Taku Mutezo has revived the International Student Council. Less conversation, more action.

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Letteren wankelt

Letteren is nauwelijks hersteld van de reorganisatie. En de komende jaren duikt de faculteit opnieuw in de rode cijfers. En dan?

woensdag 3 december
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49: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 49? Erik Deenen has been found, theft in Nijenborgh4, criticism of learning communities and more.

dinsdag 2 december
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Please sign in

Employees of the faculty of Math and Natural Sciences don’t sign in when working outside normal hours. That could be a problem.

woensdag 26 november
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48: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 48? RUG student Erik Deenen is missing, bird flu vaccine, Aletta can stay and more.

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Mister Learning Communities

Harvard professor Eric Mazur is the visionary behind the idea of learning communities. ‘Nobody sleeps through my class.’

woensdag 19 november
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47: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 47? A potential new faculty in Friesland, RUG computer system hacked, NAM criticism and more.

dinsdag 18 november
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ZiN: no more confusing letters

Zorginstituut Nederland is going to make changes, so EU students will no longer be wrongly fined for not having Dutch health insurance.

woensdag 12 november
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46: News of the Week

What’s happened in week 46? University College Groningen costs more, law faculty tolerance changes & Next gets a new name.

 
 

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Cold Soba Noodles

Here it is, the very last Epicurean. He has shared with us his love for simple food. And now, for the finale: Japanese noodles.

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The cost of war

Writer and UNICF fundraiser Monica Arac de Nyeko became Alumnus of the Year of the RUG. She writes about the cost of war.

dinsdag 16 december
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Hummus not war

A fierce debate during lectures on the Israel-Palestine conflict brought hope. Palestinian and Israeli students make Hummus, not War.

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Housing Office Complaints

A Facebook page for international students to complain about housing is growing fast. The goal: ‘Lower rent and fair treatment.’

maandag 15 december
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The best way: X-mas

Most folks head home to celebrate the holidays, but you may be spending winter break in Groningen this year. How can you cope?

donderdag 11 december
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Crowdfund your tuition

Ricardo from was happily studying when everything changed – his family couldn’t pay his tuition anymore. Crowdfunding helped.

woensdag 10 december
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Greek Giouvetsi

The Epicurean is in overdrive. Only one month left! He chose to give you giouvetsi, a one-pot pasta and meat dish.

dinsdag 9 december
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Creating a new Nadal

What made Einstein a genius or Nadal the best tennis player in the world? A new master goes looking for the answer.

maandag 8 december
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The best way to... succeed

Some of us continue to struggle with our grades. What’s a student to do!? 5x tells you how you’ll succeed at your uni.

vrijdag 5 december
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Anar married one man twice

Anar Suleimenova left Kazakhstan for the love of her life. She married both the Kazakh and the Dutch way.