University cat to get a Student ID card
Doerak, the kindly cat who hangs around the university dispensing cuddles and accepting pats, gets his very own RUG student card.
‘Old hags unbefitting to university’
History teacher Barbara Henkes says universities should take a critical stance towards images. Why did the cafeterias suddenly feature pictures of elderly women, accompanied by the text ‘Old hag’?
How to manage a university
Econometrics student Saina Abeshzadeh flew to Singapore, sat next to the Dutch king, and attended meeting after meeting. She was the board of director’s student assessor.
University Risks Losing Accreditation
Administration and academics alike astounded at the number of people who can’t read ‘no smoking’ signs.
University council gets two new parties
For the first time in history, five different parties will represent students in the university council. One Man Gang and De Vrije Student both won a seat. SOG and Calimero both lost one.
Royal university tour
The RUG and student life in Groningen will play an important role during King’s Day on Friday, 27 April. During the two-hour walk through the city, the royal family will be shown what makes the RUG so...
University Council against Yantai [ UPDATE ]
A majority of the University Council is still against the plans to start a branch campus in Yantai. The RUG’s Chinese expansion is in real danger of falling through.
University paper to the rescue
The UK is sick of the accidents happening at the crossroad of doom at the Eikenlaan and sent its own crossing patrol team to fix it. But not everyone was happy with this development…
University College makes giant leap
The University College Groningen is experiencing exponential growth. The number of students that have enrolled for the next academic year is currently at 150.
DAG wants to conquer the university
The Democratic Academy Groningen is the new student party participating in the university elections for the first time in May. DAG is not concerned with study spaces or electrical outlets. We are in n...
‘The university is being run like a business’
RUG philosophy students Remco van der Meer and Jan Bant are concerned about bottom line-focused thinking at universities. The symposium ‘The Future of Philosophy’ will stir up the debate on the topic ...
From Zernike to the city centre, from UMCG to Leeuwarden: the RUG has eleven faculties, but what is it really like to study and work in each one? Starting with University College Groningen, the UK is ...