We students live the busiest of lives. Continuously running around from place to place, struggling to stay on top of our coursework, and doing our best to upkeep a social life as well; it becomes easy to get into a … Continue reading A Walker’s Guide to Middelburg
By Mieke Pressley Every once in a while, I have to stop and stand in awe of all the incredible talent you can find at our university. People here are often so multi-talented, and furthermore, also so humble about it, … Continue reading Evening of the Tiny Stage
By Judith Brouwer Whether its shooting the man who refuses to pay alimony, dressing up as a soldier to fight the French, or running for city council despite your party not believing in the involvement of women in politics; my … Continue reading Suffragettes in Zeeland
By Liam McClain, Aron van Os and Mieke Pressley Another edition of the student-oriented culture festival Stukafest has come and gone. Once again, we were treated to a variety of artistic performances on a small, intimate level. Give-or-take a week … Continue reading A ‘Reviewflection’ of Stukafest
By Lamba Tamana The last few decades, women have come a long way. From the first girls to be allowed to enrol in schools, to the first female presidents. Most of us have been enjoying our fair share of freedom … Continue reading Feminer – a Chance to Get Inspired, Motivated and Get Started
By Mieke Pressley Two weeks of the semester have already passed by, and I don’t know about you, but, boy, it sure felt like a month to me. It was a slow start to the semester, struggling to get back … Continue reading Stukafest Middelburg 2019: Cultural Performances in Our Own Rooms
By Andrea Undecimo Life in Middelburg is very different from that in Ho Chi Minh. Quite a banality, one could say. But what does it really mean to move from the noise and cheerfulness of the Asian city to the … Continue reading The Beauty of Difference – II
By Natalie Burduli The winter break is in full swing, and most of the worn-out students have left Middelburg for a quick break from the reality of deadlines and morning classes. Every other morning, with a cup of tea in … Continue reading The Road Away from Middelburg: A Travel Guide to Ljubljana
by Andrea Undecimo A new truth has emerged: science is not democratic. This is at least what a famous Professor of Microbiology and Virology at the University of Milan, Roberto Burioni, has proposed in his book, published last year, whose … Continue reading Is Science Undemocratic?
By Andrea Undecimo Being so used to the diversity that forms our small University, we sometimes forget what it really means to come from a different background, to have had another upbringing from ours and ultimately to see the world … Continue reading The Beauty of Difference – I
by Andrea Undecimo Have you ever wondered what it feels like to walk in the streets at night with only the stars to light your way? What it looks like to be guided by only the starry sky and the moon? … Continue reading A Night Under the Stars- the Nacht van de Nacht
By Andrea Undecimo The thought of people walking down red carpets in elegant dresses, a rich selection of premiere movies from all around the world, and juries that must present awards for the best movies. All this is usually associated … Continue reading A Week on the Red Carpet
By Andrea Undecimo The room is filled with paintings, drawings and stamps; a palette with colors on the table is waiting to be used. The speaker is crackling a joyful jazz symphony. While sitting on his couch, one has the … Continue reading Small talks on Art – II
By Andrea Undecimo The foggy mornings and the rust-colored landscapes that appear through our windows these days can only mean one thing: summer is behind us and another semester has just started. Deadlines, papers and exams are frighteningly close; but … Continue reading Small talks on Art: An Interview with Nuria – I
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