Exhibition at Utrecht University “Journey into diversity”

18th of March! Keep in mind! What type of image comes to your mind when somebody tells you about “diversity”? When I think about diversity, I unconsciously visualize a garden with different types of flowers, a big very colorful and joyful painting or millions of colorful balloons flying on limitless sky. Let’s think about reverse... Continue Reading →

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Explore Europe this spring

When you are on exchange, it is the perfect moment to go visit some European cities. If you’re from overseas this was probably already on your agenda, but also when you’re from Europe spring is a nice moment to explore some more of the continent or a pay visit to your favorite city again. How... Continue Reading →

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Five albums of 2018 you have to listen to

By Mackenzie Stolp, Writer   TRAVIS SCOTT - ‘ASTROWORLD’ First of all, Travis Scott’s love and dedication to the Astroworld is adorable. For those who don’t know, Astroworld was a theme park in Houston, Texas that closed in 2005. Scott used audio clips from the theme park's closure on his track ‘Watch,’ which was released earlier... Continue Reading →

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Old Saws of the Dutchies

By Elif Özer, Writer Idioms are stereotyped phrases. When idioms are translated into their dictionary meaning, the words have different meaning than the old saw (the saying and its wisdom). Even if we use idioms in daily life without even thinking about them, these can have funny meanings and stories in them. Learning idioms in... Continue Reading →

De Thai: Restaurant Review

By Babette Vanlancker, Writer Located on De Oudegracht in Utrecht, there’s a cute Thai restaurant called De Thai. I went there on a Friday with a friend for a belated birthday celebration. We both really like Thai food, so we went on a little hunt on Google to find the places with the best reviews.... Continue Reading →

Go Review Your Classes

By Anca Negulescu, Writer How do you pick a restaurant when traveling? Do you seek to learn what other employees - former or current - think of the position when searching for a new job? How do you choose between two similar products before placing an order? All these decisions likely have something in common:... Continue Reading →

Album Review: Bits of Naaz by Naaz

By Mackenzie Stolp, Writer (4/5 stars) When living in a new country, it is a very normal instinct to immerse oneself in local culture. Many aspects of dutch culture are beautiful and exciting, and one of the first things I wanted to explore was Dutch music. I could have looked into classic dutch bands, or... Continue Reading →

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