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Students living away from home will receive a lower basic grant from September, the House of Representatives decided yesterday. Their monthly payment will drop to 302 euros per month. That is 164 euros less than they receive at present.
Lecturers who take the theatre skills course can’t just sit back and watch. ‘I’m scared already.’
VU’s priorities of diversity and inclusion have little foundation without decolonization, argues Danny Soekarnsingh. That’s why the former student advocated for his own role as a diversity officer in decolonization three years ago.
The Ukrainian refugees in the living units near Uilenstede might be here for tragic reasons outside of their control, they’re also just living life. ‘I like watching the planes from my bed.’
Student Tetyana Pryshchepova condemns the gender-normative stereotypes society has imposed on children. As co-founder of Women in Stem@VU (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), she hopes to get more women into the exact sciences.
A Dutch boyfriend, an apartment of their own, competed study programs but also still many worries about their home country: how are the Ukrainian students doing that came to VU six months ago?
As co-founder and departing chair of FAM Maricristy Foglia wants to offer a community for diverse students.
With her independent party Light Storm, first-year student Valerie Delauney Felipe (19) hopes to take the paralyzing emphasis off of getting good grades and represent the black and female community.
LONGREAD – They fled Kyiv in order to finish their study programmes in peace. But is that even possible while the safety of your family and the future of your home country is uncertain? How are the Ukrainian students that…
LONGREAD – The Ukrainian students that VU lecturer Kilian Wawoe is bringing to VU Amsterdam need permanent housing as they finish their studies. Two of his Psychology students are now coordinating the search.