5 ways to smoke on campus

5 ways to smoke on campus

Since this July, the campus is officially smoke-free. Nowadays, policies are aimed to bully those that still like to put on a sigaret and that’s why we came up with 5 ways to still smoke on campus.

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XR ‘welcomes’ Upfield to WUR

Thursday, July 2nd: As we speak, a student meeting of Extinction Rebellion (XR) is held in the Atlas building to discuss the transparency of ties of WUR with corporations. This after the recent announcement of multinational Upfield opening up an office at campus. Especially the lack of transparency and democracy are being examined. As is […]

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Resource Review No.19, 2020

In this new rubric, what was special, exciting or strange from WUR’s own Resource Magazine? We present the highlights of Resource No. 19, 2020.

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I cant believe it

New multinational Upfield coming to campus: Unilever 2.0

Again, a multinational decided to settle in Wageningen. Say welcome to Upfield.

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Give your opinion about student loans: #nietmijnschuld

To put an end to the current student ‘leenstelsel’ (loan system), S.A.W. is leading the #nietmijnschuld (not my debt/ not my fault) campaign in Wageningen. In the next two weeks, students can give their input on what they think should change. We speak to Sammy Xie, treasurer of S.A.W. who is eager to share with us the importance of the campaign.

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Student council election does not bring changes in seat distribution

Last week, 28.7% of the students voted during the student council elections and here are the results: Of the 3,402 valid votes: 388 votes have been given to the christian student party CSF, 1,121 votes have been given to S&I (sustainability and internationalization) and 1,873 votes have been given to VeSte. (Verenigde Studenten) The definitive […]

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VeSte clarifies: Written agreement with student association was one-time event

In response to the article posted last week on this site, in which was claimed that VeSte used contracts to assure themselves from the support of student associations, VeSte tells us that they can’t find themselves in the image that has been created. It was neither a contract nor have documents of this sort have […]

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Ring road around campus – Six alternatives explained

In the recent report on the new road around campus, six routes were proposed to race around campus. Because many of you probably could not tell the difference between the six alternatives, we describe here what makes every route so special. Which variant would you choose?

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Student Party VeSte: We support your interests. If you sign the contract.

Student associations sign a contract that forces them to support VeSte.

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