By Natalie Burduli The European Union has worked to promote peace and unity ever since its creation, and it has largely ensured the freedom, security, and flourishment of its people. Taking into account its rich history, diversity of languages, traditions, … Continue reading Message to Europeans 3.0: How Young Student Leaders Can Shape the Future of Europe
An inside look at UCR’s tattoo culture By Natalie Burduli Did you enjoy reading about your fellow classmates and their unique tattoos? Did you maybe feel inspired to hit up the nearest tattoo parlor to try out this amazing art … Continue reading Part II: Got Ink?
An inside look at UCR’s tattoo culture By Natalie Burduli Many people live with the idea that their body is not simply flesh and bones, but rather, an intricate canvas that can be used to express a deeper layer of … Continue reading Part I: Got Ink?
The Garage Electro Punk Group That Will Blow You Away By Natalia Burduli All the way from Utrecht, the garage-electro-punk pop group 45ACIDBABIES made their way to our lovely Middelburg. They were invited to perform last week Tuesday at the … Continue reading An Interview With 45ACIDBABIES
By Natalie Burduli The Netherlands is well known for being open, progressive, and accepting of LGBT rights. Amsterdam is often referred to as one of the most LGBT-friendly cities in the world, and the majority of the Dutch population supports … Continue reading Does the LGBT Community Still Have a Place in Zeeland?
By Natalie Burduli Valentine’s Day is already behind us, and we are sure that you are feeling overwhelmed after a day full of love and appreciation! Hopefully, you had some time to give a hug to your friends, send a … Continue reading Love in A Sentence
By Noga Amiri and Natalie Burduli The time has come for the second edition of our Valentine’s Day series! Did you wake up to Cupid knocking on your door, confronting you with all the day of love is known for? … Continue reading Cupid’s Missed Marks
By Noga Amiri and Natalie Burduli It is time to prepare for one of the most romantic days of the year: Valentine’s Day is making its way onto our calendars, and into our hearts! Our Facebook feeds are slowly being … Continue reading Hot Date Hot Spot
Student Opinions on the Upcoming Municipal Elections By Natalie Burduli Spring is slowly making its way to our small and cozy city of Middelburg. The arrival of (hopefully) warmer temperatures also marks four years since the last municipal elections. The … Continue reading Democracy at Home
By Amée Zoutberg From November 15 to the 26th, the 30th edition of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) once again dominated the biggest cinemas in our capital. Luckily, during another weekend riddled with deadlines and exam preparations, I … Continue reading Print Edition II: International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam
The Great Burger Experiment By Joris van Doorn and Harold Pijpelink DISCLAIMER: No burgers were harmed during the making of this article! The boys are back with a follow-up to the great pizza experiment of last semester. Once again, we … Continue reading Print Edition II: The Great Burger Experiment
By Tom Leijnse In a small town like Middelburg, one would expect most people to be quite aware of the presence of an institution like UCR. Besides the fact that UCR’s student community makes up roughly 1.25% of the city’s … Continue reading Print Edition II: What Does Middelburg Think About You?
Reconsidering Social Media By Aoife Holohan Over the last 10 years, social media has transformed the way in which we interact with each other, and no generation has felt the impact quite like ours. We heralded in the era of … Continue reading Societal Hinderance or Social Platform?
UCR is a multicultural melting pot with people from every inch of the globe spread out over our postage stamp sized campus. Here at Tabula Rasa we want to help you take advantage of this vast network. We asked a … Continue reading Travel Guide: World Cities London & Ho Chi Minh!
By Anonymous In recent years eating disorders have gained traction in the media. People are finally beginning to talk about diseases like anorexia nervosa and bulimia. The issue now, however, is that these conditions are so often downplayed as “white … Continue reading Eating Disorders, Unpacked
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 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: 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 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
by Krista Zwart We run this town. Running out of time. Running in circles. In the long run. Make a run for it. There are as many idioms and expressions that contain the verb to run as I have emotions for … Continue reading Runs, Puns, & Rewinds