Lifestyle

Bring back a sense of humanity to our university.

We carry on at our normal study pace in these absurd times. Wouldn’t it be better to take a breath and maybe think about how to do this online learning thing properly first? No, WUR thinks not.

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The threat behind pursuing customer health with traffic light indicators

Many news and facts running through the digital World exist only because of the hype built around them. One recent hype that wanders around: Nutri-scores. Traffic light indicators that tell you which food is good and which is bad.

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Climate guilt: a Trojan subconscious error

Are you a green beaver? Do you have powers to release climate guilt? An opinion piece.

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4 + 1 tricks to make the most of your Christmas at home (Southern European edition)

Ah, here it is! ‘Tis the season for meeting with relatives over copious amounts of food and partaking in conversations you really want to have regarding either politics or your personal life (i.e. wondering if you have a partner yet). Although we all love a good Christian holiday, turn your Christmas from okay to FUN with these simple tips:

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Flixbus Phenomenology

Eco mobility and a more conscious approach to traveling have been a little bit of trend this past summer. Starting from the fairy godmother of all the environmentalists: Greta Thunberg, deciding to not travel by plane because of the environmental impact of the aviation industry. Well, kudos to Greta and all the people who decide to travel by bus, train, boat or whatever mean of transportation that lets them cut their personal carbon footprint.

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People and Himalayan Salt

Yes people. The answer to the stress problem was standing on your kitchen sink all along, being innocent and pink and rocky.

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And Save our Summer Savings (Discussion)

What’s going on with the new winter time? Our reporter watched the news carefully (obsessively) and noticed something peculiar. Food for conspiracies!

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