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A Whole Lot Of Excitement For Not A Lot Of Progress

A Whole Lot Of Excitement For Not A Lot Of Progress

“Did you know that spinning around an hour in the wind will take you from Utrecht to Groningen?” Roger van Boxtel, the president of Dutch Railways (NS), asked in Dutch.…

[VIDEO] Dutch Burials

[VIDEO] Dutch Burials

In the Netherlands, the population is growing rapidly which means that cemeteries are running out of space.  In interviews with Rob Duckers and Frans Van Hapart, they explain how the…

Can Hillary Clinton Make it to November 8th?

Can Hillary Clinton Make it to November 8th?

Yiming Zhao Oliver Nyirubugara Feature Writing Oct. 21, 2016 Can Hillary Clinton Make it to November 8th? Hillary Clinton’s health condition and its influence I woke up from my buzzing…

“OPINION: Why we should ‘trump’ Donald’s immigration policies”

“OPINION: Why we should ‘trump’ Donald’s immigration policies”

By Chloe Teboe As an outsider residing in Well, Netherlands, conceptualizing what surrounds this tiny town on the country’s southeastern border is challenging. A brisk walk on an autumn afternoon…

Trump is NOT Wilders

Trump is NOT Wilders

It first occurred to me just how influential Donald Trump had become in Europe when I visited London in October 2016. It happened while waiting for the public transportation train…

My Experience With the Northern Lights

My Experience With the Northern Lights

By Morgan Sung Seeing the Northern Lights has always been on my bucket list, but I didn’t have very high expectations.   Music Credit to: The Snow Queen Kevin MacLeod…

Societal Respect for Memorials

Societal Respect for Memorials

  PODCAST Mariah Philips a resident of France was in Paris when terror struck on November 13th, 2015 but now, only 5 months later the way tourists are responding to…

Shaving Savings: How feminism accidentally saved me thousands of dollars

Shaving Savings: How feminism accidentally saved me thousands of dollars

I stopped shaving because of a bet. My friend, Phillip, and I had been chatting about Miley’s recently dyed-pink pit hair and the general trend of female celebs letting their…

The death of childhood memories: support for science education standards

The death of childhood memories: support for science education standards

The year was 2007. The mega millions hit $370 million, Britney Spears started her meltdown, and I was in fifth grade. My fifth grade teachers were amazing. They focused on…

Biking Bergen

Biking Bergen

My friend Sam and I brave the road in this bike odyssey across several Dutch towns. We explore whether two students with only two days and two student budgets can…

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