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?
Sustainable Consumption A discussion with Christine Leedy By Elisabeth Boon Christine Leedy is a freelance worker at UCR who offers individual guidance and workshops in study skills and writing. She is also a Dru yoga and meditation teacher, and enjoys … Continue reading Print Edition II: Interview with Christine Leedy
The epic of the Second Freezer By Kirsten Kapteijns Sneaking a peek into other people’s fridges is back! With this edition, we are not looking into a personal fridge, we’re going all out and taking a leap into a fridge … Continue reading Print Edition II: What’s in Yo Fridge?!
By Sara Bartl and Joëlle Koorneef We asked your questions to Dean Bert van den Brink. This is the second part of the interview (you can find Part I online at tr.rasa.nu). Do you think it is possible for an … Continue reading Print Edition II: Interview with Dean van den Brink
By Gerjanne Hoek Suddenly it was there. Somewhere in the start of last year, these weird status updates started popping up on my news feed. Things like: ‘My friend is made in China’, ‘I just chugged 700ml of chocolate milk … Continue reading Print Edition II: Behind the Roosevelt Confessions
By Helena Fierle Like eggs, my life has been served in many varied forms this year… scrambled, fried, sunny side up, sunny side way down (is that a thing?), hard-boiled, soft-boiled, over-easy, over- really not easy. Cracking the shells of … Continue reading Print Edition II: Looking Up and Out
A compelling adaptation in an age of dystopia By Nora Westgeest Gripping, heart breaking, yet wonderfully cunning is the new TV adaptation by Bruce Miller, of Margaret Atwood’s classic novel. It is the story of a young woman, Offred, who … Continue reading Print Edition II: The Handmaid’s Tale
Experiencing the country from the Bard College campus By Laura Laman There are many things to love about America. I am aware that this seems to be a bit of an unpopular opinion nowadays, within the borders of the country … Continue reading Print Edition II: Things to Love About the United States of America