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Sleeping in KEI-dormitories
Leaky roofs, cold showers, but students don’t care
KEI bans balloons, but message falls on deaf ears
Police stop Pursuit
Police Halt Manhunt After Suspect Informs Them of Innocence.
Stella and the performance bubble #2
Afraid to fail
Stella and the performance bubble
Afraid to fail
What lies beneath
The UK is independent – now and always
A few former editors have gone to the media to accuse the Universiteitskrant (UK) of censorship. They also say they were fired because of their critical stance. The UK editorial staff staunchly disagrees with this. ‘The UK’s editorial independence is not at risk.’
Mind your power
It Should Rain More
The population of Groningen may disagree about a lot of things, but one thing everyone agrees on is that it should rain more.
Bone of contention
Why Dutch People are so Tall
5 Reasons Why Dutch People are so Tall, You Won’t Believe Number 4.
Ministry of Health classifies RUG students as biohazards after all 30,000 students attending the University became sick during the first month of class.
Op-ed: Welcome vs welkom
More international students at the RUG? Great! But does the Anglicisation of education automatically follow? Internationalisation should mean that other languages besides English have a chance to shine.
Pas Vraiment Grand Prix
The city of Groningen has won their bid for the right to host the 2018 ‘Pas Vraiment Grand Prix’, thanks in part to Ben Feringa.
Scores of chairs
Students discovered a huge pile of RUG classroom chairs in the canals near Zernike.
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