Category: Culture and History

Content about culture and/or history
4 weeks ago

Bisexual invisibility and misrepresentation in the media

There is a growing frustration inside me as I try to understand my emotions. When the word “bisexual” passes my ears, I deny it, as if it could […]
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1 month ago

MEET SIOBHÁN KAUFMAN: AMAZING PAINTER AND FINALIST OF PROJECT REMBRANDT

By Fleur van Deijck  Picture by Lilian van Rooij It’s a Friday morning as Siobhán is getting ready for the weekly drawing workshop at BUas. She looks inside […]
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2 months ago

The Struggles of Europe's Largest Minority

With 80% of their families living in poverty, Romani are Europe’s largest minority, an ethnic group with a colourful and rich tradition, but with a dark history. Ten million Romani […]
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2 months ago

Your not so average bucket list  

55 items you should have experienced in life  We all know the bucket lists where you can find bungee-jumping or backpacking guaranteed. Dare to be different and embrace […]
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2 months ago

MUST VISIT ART MUSEUMS

Picture & article by Fleur van Deijck During my high school trip in 2012, I walk inside this room filled with cuddly toys covered with red dots. It […]
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3 months ago

Easter Eggs in Disney Movies!

It is almost Easter! This Easter, we would like to give you some Easter eggs. No, not the chocolate ones, but the digital ones. The hidden messages in […]
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3 months ago

Everything You Missed at The Grammys!

The Grammy Awards - the most prestigious award a musician could receive, presented by the Recording Academy to recognize outstanding achievements in the music industry.  Despite being postponed […]
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4 months ago

The Urban Living Lab Breda – Improve the city!

Internships, graduation assignments, or just a useful and fun project, all can be done at the Urban Living Lab Breda! What is the Urban Living Lab? Are you […]
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4 months ago

Queerness in Romania - media, silence & fear

Can you imagine the frustration of constantly suppressing who you are? Can you picture living in permanent fear and uncertainty because of something as pure as love? Or […]
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6 months ago

It's Nutcracker Season!

The weeks leading up to Christmas are always hectic weeks. You must set up the Christmas tree, decorate the house, buy and wrap gifts, send Christmas cards, and […]
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7 months ago

The LGBTQ+ community through the years - Part 2: Daily life

Last week, I wrote about the media representation of the LGBTQ+ community and asked people from the community about their opinion on the topic. In this article, I will ask them […]
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7 months ago

Best Christmas Markets in Europe (Part 2)

Here are five more Christmas markets in Europe, that are worth visiting. If you missed my previous article, you can check it out here.  Manchester, United Kingdom  Dates: 12th of November - 22th of December  Manchester's […]
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