A fresh start, while exciting, brings a boatload of problems with it. Questions of where to shop, drink, eat, bike, and where to walk to not get hit by bikes are probably at the forefront of many first years. However, … Continue reading A Cut Above the Rest: An Easy Guide to Your Next Hair Appointment
I have 26 beautiful parties standing before me, but I only have one voting pass in my hands; and these parties represent the two of you that will still be in the running towards becoming Cabinet’s Next Top Party – … Continue reading Near, Far, Wherever You Are: Where To Vote In Middelburg
A critical account of a self-proclaimed lazy person Let me start out this critical account by saying the #fitgirl does not, in the slightest, apply to me. I don’t own a pair of Sweaty Betty leggings, I don’t take pleasure … Continue reading Going to the gym: an honest review
By Yonna Kuipers As liberal millennial snowflakes we only communicate online, if at all. Our filtered sheltered lives are filled with difficult dilemmas: whether to recycle or not when the paper bins are full, whether to walk across the bridge … Continue reading Nine Instagram Grid Worthy Places in Middelburg
If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, especially since it’s early in the semester and you can still allow yourself to leave the confines of Middelburg, why not head on over to the Swan Market in the … Continue reading Upcoming Event: Swan Market Rotterdam
By now you have probably heard of Stukafest, or at least seen that logo with the two stinky socks on it. Here’s the spiel one last time: on the evening of February 21st, you’ll be able to listen to bands, … Continue reading Get your Stuka-feest on!
Being stuck in Zeeland for three years can be quite the challenge and I’m sure anyone here takes any possible opportunity to escape the province. Most often this leads to city trips to Amsterdam, Utrecht, Rotterdam, or Ghent (read our … Continue reading Three Towns in Zeeland to Visit this Spring
What’s the 411? Already got homework? Tuition too high? Ugh, grody to the max. Okay, so maybe we weren’t all the homecoming king and queen, but that doesn’t mean that high school was a total blow? From dexters to ditzes, … Continue reading What’s your damage, Heather?
By Gabriëlle La Croix At UCR time flies, and that is a given. I remember the first day I walked through the doors of the old city hall and now graduation is creeping closer and closer. Before I know it, … Continue reading 5 Things To Do Before You Graduate
On a crisp autumn morning I sat down with Eva Versteeg, a religious studies, philosophy, and anthropology major, who was ready to spill the beans on a recent sensation that has also reached Middelburg: an escape room called Kamer … Continue reading Confined Escapism
It is possible that the food I am most passionate about is bagels. Some people see it as bread with a hole in it; I see it as bread with a purpose. Since literally no one has the time or … Continue reading Battle of the Bagels
Many of us travel far away to explore the most exotic places on our little planet. We go through the hassle of flying to other continents and packing huge bags. It would be so much easier if we did … Continue reading City Guide: A Day in the Life of Amsterdam
By Joëlle Koorneef There’s quite some things in this city we, as students, can call our own. There’s the beautiful university buildings, common house Elliott, and all of our campuses. They’re our little safe spaces that we can create our … Continue reading Upcoming: A Complete Line-Up For Student Festival Stukafest
Serenitea is a charming coffee, breakfast and lunch house in Middelburg. Located behind Profiel the bike shop, it took over the former kebab salon Saray and brought a completely different dynamic into play. Serenitea presents itself as a comfortable organic/local … Continue reading Serenitea: organic, vegan and homely
Røst is a newly opened café located in St. Janstraat, a couple meters away from the café St John’s. Although you probably are familiar with the warmth of St John’s and you rightly appreciate Robuust’s coffees, if you are looking … Continue reading Røst: sounds Scandivian, feels warm.
As the TR Daily Board, the three of us are constantly on the lookout for the best stories, most interesting interviews and most fascinating articles. Our days are filled with writing, editing and publishing (and a little bit of online … Continue reading Ghent City Guide
Middelburg is famous for many things; its slave trade, its bolussen and the Lange Jan, but the town was also host to the inventor of the telescope (there’s some debate on who it was, just take a Van Gent course). … Continue reading Reach For The Stars: A Visit To The Star Observatory
If you came to UCR expecting Middelburg to have the wildest music scene and nightlife you might often be quite disappointed. But once in a while, this city proves you wrong and holds amazing festivals like N8vdN8, Stukafest, or … Continue reading How To Get The Most Out Of Your Popronde 2016
They might be under stress or in a hurry to make it to their 08:45 class, but they never let UCR’s rushed environment influence their style! I’m talking about Nienke Wind, Nadia Comencia, Amée Zoutberg, Maryna Parfenchuk and Naomi de … Continue reading Strike a pose! UCR’s Elliott is hosting a charity fashion show
Students know it well: there’s only one train track leaving Zeeland and it can take you to many, many great places in the Netherlands – when the train actually goes on time, that is. But when you grow tired of our … Continue reading Leiden City Guide