Aletta Jacobs; The Groningse Feminist

For those students that, like me, walk past the Academia building or the Harmony building multiple times a day, it has been hard to miss the new mural of the

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Sleep deprivations: dear students, please get some sleep

Dear fellow students, It is hard, I know. Studying, working, socializing. It is a true art form to make your deadlines, show up for work in time, and occasionally see

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Celebrating the Freedom from War

While we are still happily looking back on the celebrations of last week’s Wednesday and isn’t it nice celebrating a Dutch holiday without some racist tradition added to it, two

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The effects of colonialisation on climate change

Earlier this month, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its sixth report in which the word “colonialism” appeared for the first time in 30 years. The IPCC, the

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The Let-Down effect: when the pressure is finally off, but sickness kicks in

It is only one more week until the exam period is officially over. You might already have finished, or you might still be spending day after day in the university

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Victor Orbán wins again

When on April 3rd the results for the election in Hungary came in, many people were clearly shocked. Even though the opposition party had hoped to end up close to

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What is ‘The Great Reset’ and what are its dangers?

Posters on ‘the Great Reset’ have sprung up all over the country, with the significant words ‘you will own nothing and you will be happy’. What exactly is meant by this phrase, where does it come from and what are its potential implications for our democracy?

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Bridgerton and the visibility debate

On March 25th 2022 the world shifted a little bit again with season two of bridgerton finally bein released. In 2020 the world got introduced into a little show called

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The Egypt-Ethiopian Nile conflict: the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), a hydropower dam built by Ethiopia on the Blue Nile, has led to tensions among Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia. After Ethiopia announced that it

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Why You Should Go Out And Vote For The Municipal Council Elections – 2 Reasons

In 2 days, on the 16th of March 2022, it is time again for the elections of the municipal council. But unlike the national elections, there is not nearly as

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