Who has been crowned the new mayor of Wageningen?

Who has been crowned the new mayor of Wageningen?

Wageningen municipality council has nominated Floor Vermeulen for the vacancy of mayor. The 36 year old VVD politician is currently deputy in South-Holland. Now you may wonder what does someone from the other side of the country and member of a liberal party do in this democrat stronghold? The last few councils have been dominated […]

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Saturday Market: There are restaurants & shops too?

As many market goer may have forgotten, there are restaurants and shops in Wageningen too. Run by people in buildings who are passionate about food and wanting to make money, the restaurant is quite different from a market. Difference #1 – Restaurants pay high rent for buildings that people can’t enter. Difference #2 – You […]

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Monarchy rules! – King’s day recap

It’s the 27th of April. I’m woken up by a tingling feeling in my belly and some shouting kids outside. I realise it’s King’s day, the most wonderful time of the year.

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Saturday Market: Ginger and lemons, the new Wageningen superfood!

While some of you left Wageningen when Covid-19 hit, others stayed and often looked forward to Saturdays to wander around the market and share a social moment with long-lost friends. The retailers at the Wageningen market did notice that less students come to the market compared to pre-Covid times. In fact, they’ve noticed a lot […]

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Saturday Market: There’s something fishy going on!

It’s a lazy Saturday, the weather is amazing and you are ready to go to the one and only Saturday market! You arrive at Raadhuisplein, and decide to take it easy by having a small coffee with a French croissant, and enjoy a nice walk in the park – it is the weekend after all. […]

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WUR accounts are now even more secure!

Since filming yourself taking an exam has been normalised, WUR decided to take another step into the secure online age. Students must now verify that they are in fact themselves through phone authentication when accessing top secret university emails and the exclusive content of brightspace. Experts have confirmed that this creates an extra layer of […]

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Energised students return from the Easter break

After a refreshing and rejuvenating four-day-holiday, students return to university with new-found enthusiasm. With the restful weekend break behind her, Alex is delighted to keep studying, “I had resits in February so I haven’t really had a break since Christmas – a four day weekend talking with my friends and family online instead of going […]

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Alien sightings near Unifarm

A potential alien landing spot has been sighted in Wageningen on the terrain next to Unifarm. Crop circles have been discovered in the shape of squares with irregular compositions. The surrounding grass seems to be scorched, supposedly due to the intense heat created by extraterrestial propulsion engines. Experts however, are still to establish a link […]

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Online graduation – a day like any other

It’s the 5th of March. For many a day like any other. But this year, for me, it is special. It is the day I worked towards since knowing how to read. Since wanting to make a change to the world! It is the day I can call myself highly-educated. Although this title doesn’t interest […]

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