Lifestyle

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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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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Cool side job: become city poet of Wageningen

After years of loyal poetry service, city poet Ivanka de Ruijter moves on and that means that Wageningen is now hiring a new city poet.

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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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