Satire

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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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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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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Black Friday MOOC Crowds at WUR ‘Irresponsible’

WUR calls for ‘common sense’ after Black Friday shoppers throng the streets on campus for those amazing MOOC deals. Scenes of the packed bridge at the little pond with the cute swans have raises alarm bells with health authorities asking the public to act responsibly.

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WUR’s guide to masking positive results

It seems that the most pressing factor that determines chicken health commonly goes by the name of ‘financial interests’ and it does not really require an animal nutrition degree to understand it, but instead you can make use of this thorough and useful guide on how to follow the researchers’ footsteps.

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Tom(23) thinks he is an activist because he commented on Facebook

When Covid-19 hit and governmental restrictions made it increasingly difficult to stand up for resistance, at first Tom was afraid it would stop him from being activist. Until yesterday, because yesterday Tom commented on Facebook. “It was a post on the US elections” Tom says. “I read the comments of people that said that Trump […]

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Dutch student happy to not receive €300,- per month because of student challenge

Kim (23) was happy to hear a few years ago that she would not receive any student subsidy (stufi) because all the money would be spend on improvements in education. And since a few weeks she knows her money was well spent.

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Wageningen supermarkets stop spread of corona with extended opening hours

In an ultimate effort to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Wageningen, supermarkets have offered to open their shops the 25th of December. The municipality almost cried to see so much empathy and gratefully accepted.

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Your favourite library spot taken? Max(23) knows why.

You also have this feeling that the best seat is always taken in the library? This is true: Max (23) claimed the best seat and decided to live there.

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