By Gloria Borroni As I am getting closer to my graduation, I am trying to plan all the things I would like to do once I get my well-deserved and precious time for rest before starting a master. On the … Continue reading Frida Kahlo – Beyond the Unibrow
By Eric Zhang On 6 November, Donald Trump went on the first state visit to China of his presidency, and it is considered the most important stop in both strategic and economic terms in his visit to five Asian countries. … Continue reading Everything you need to know about the meeting between Trump and Xi
By Sara Bartl What is your favorite book? Richard Wright is probably my favorite author, and Native Son has to be his best work, in my view. I am impressed by how he has laid the foundation for later authors. … Continue reading Chats with Professors Edition II: Jason Dinse, JD, LLM
By Kelvin Prosman As long as men have been on the earth, so long has there been a concept of Deity, and accompanying it, religion. To whatever theory of the origin of man you subscribe, this holds true. In the … Continue reading The Place of Religion
By Alex Kain Erasmus University College: a lively place full of people who are ambitious and driven to obtain their Bachelor’s degree. It is a place where people from all over the world come together in order to gain knowledge, … Continue reading Life at EUC: When there is too much to do, so you decide not to do any of it.
By Alessandra Boiti I bet you have always wondered about the origins of what is perhaps the most famous Italian dessert, Tiramisu. Wonder no more, read on and you will find out! Despite its popularity, Tiramisu has humble origins. It … Continue reading Tiramisu – From Tolmezzo to the World
By Eric Zhang This October has not been a peaceful month for Catalonia and Spain. On October 1st, Catalonia held a referendum as to whether it should become an independent country. The majority of the vote supported independence, but the … Continue reading The Politics of Passion – the Catalonian Referendum
By Nadia van Kesteren As a third-year student at LUC, the Hague, I now live outside of campus, since we all got kicked out of the one building where everything happens, where all first and second years live, and all … Continue reading A Day In The Life Of An LUC Student
By Sara Bartl Ever heard of Austria? It’s that chicken drumstick shaped country in the heart of Europe. No, it is not part of Germany, and yes, there is more to it than skiing and hiking. So let us get … Continue reading Your New Austrian Playlist
By Aoife Holohan We’re back again with another city guide for the travel bug infected among you. This week we’re taking you on just a short trip across the water to the city of Dublin. When to go: If you … Continue reading City Travel Guides: The Dublin Edition!
By Emma de Koning So can you imagine? Starting uni at sixteen? My guess is, you’re quite amazed at this moment. Most people are. But, believe me, it’s really not as cool as it sounds. You could even say it … Continue reading Struggles of a Sixteen-Year-Old at University
In her article “Did We Get Used to Nazis (Again)?”, Rebecca Fobbe lambasts the success of the Alternative für Deutschland party (Alternative for Germany, AFD) in the recent German federal elections, which gained almost 13% of votes and thus became … Continue reading AFD – Whiff from the Brown Past or Fresh Wind in a Stale Closet?
By Joëlle Koorneef If you have ever watched any movie starring Zooey Deschanel, you might be familiar with the Manic Pixie Dream Girl. She is the ukulele strumming beauty who rollerskates into the life of a poor sad boy to … Continue reading How The Manic Pixie Dream Girl Destroyed Our Expectations
By: Nora Westgeest “Where should I eat in Brussels? What about places to get coffee? And what is the best club to go out?”. Having been brought up near Brussels, I often get asked these questions. Lucky for you, I … Continue reading Visit Brussels like a Local
By Sara Bartl Fall break is here! A week without classes in which we will all have some time to take a breather, visit some friends and family, or take a nice trip to refresh yourself. Tabula RASA asked a … Continue reading Fall Break Plans and Prospects
By Rebecca Fobbe On Sunday the 24th of September, the last of a series of breath-holding European elections was carried out. After the Dutch and French votes for their new respective heads of states, both events closely monitored due to … Continue reading Did We Get Used to Nazis (Again)?
By Gloria Borroni The literary world is divided into two groups, fans who gather together in trepidation to discover whether their favorite writer won the prestigious Nobel Prize for literature, and people who disregard the award completely. Kazuo Ishiguro received … Continue reading The World of Kazuo Ishiguro: 2017 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
By Sebastiaan Frankes So, once upon a time you may have thought to yourself: “let’s not go to Elliott tonight”, seeing as someone might have puked all over the stairs again, or simply because you just want a quiet and … Continue reading A Nice Quiet Drink
Jade Suzarte The decision to leave University College Roosevelt for another university was not easy. After one year living in the ever-lovely Middelburg, all other universities seemed slightly unwelcoming. However, I knew I had to move, since my track was … Continue reading From Middy to Mokum
By Abel Vroegop Let’s talk about memes. What are memes? What is not a meme? Are memes important? When is a meme cool and good? As a meme connoisseur and regular meme maker, I will attempt to shed some light … Continue reading Is This Article Ironic?