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Nu online! Joris Luyendijk – Dit kan niet waar zijn

Onder de titel ‘dit kan niet waar zijn’ sprak Joris Luyendijk op woensdag 25 maart jl. in de Aula van de TU Delft tegenover 1800 (!!) zeer uitgelaten mensen, over het bancaire systeem van deze wereld. De grote zaal van 1000 man zat afgeladen vol en alle extra toeschouwers moesten naar de tegenoverliggende collegezalen, uitgerust […]

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VOX Delft board positions for next year!

VOX is looking for new board members for the academic year of 2015-2016. And since I advise the board, that means I’m looking too. SG wants to further the amazing ability of VOX Delft to call together socially-minded thinkers. They are always open to new ideas and freely experiment with the challenge of bringing diverse […]

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Green Guide Delft

Delft has a small but dedicated group of students who are taking matters into their own hands to save the environment. The Sustainability Community is creating a network and spreading information and awareness on sustainability, ecology, and green initiatives on campus, in Delft, and around the globe. During the International Festival of Technology they launched […]

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Van Hasselt lezing: War ad infinitum

Download hier de volledige tekst van de lezing The Future of Peace, Weapons, and War door Mary Ellen O’Connell. COLUMN: De eerste Frans van Hasseltlezing in de Oude Kerk in Delft, 5 mei jongstleden, werd uitgesproken door professor Mary Ellen O’Connell. Hoogleraar internationaal recht aan de Notre Dame University USA. Frans van Hasselt was student aan […]

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Vacancies on the board of Ecolution

Looking to do something meaningful in Delft? Ecolution is an important student association, working to increase practical knowledge and awareness about environmental issues and solutions. And they need new board members for the coming year. Read their call below and go to their website to find out more. Ecolution calls for new members! Are you […]

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Het kon niet waar zijn, maar het is het wel!

COLUMN: Onder de titel ‘dit kan niet waar zijn’ sprak Joris Luyendijk op woensdag 25 maart jl. in de Aula van de TU Delft tegenover 1800 (!!) zeer uitgelaten mensen, over het bancaire systeem van deze wereld. De grote zaal van 1000 man zat afgeladen vol en alle extra toeschouwers moesten naar de tegenoverliggende collegezalen, […]

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“Will it help us in the sustainability rankings?”

Last week the TU Delft Sustainability Community hosted a lunch lecture on how sustainable the TU Delft campus is. After all, the university talks the talk, but do they walk the walk? From the data presented by Industrial Ecology student Siebe Trompert it became clear that the TU Delft has a long way to go […]

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4 months of SG Academy and nobody’s lost their mind yet

After the first four months and 16 episodes I think we can safely say that the SG Academy has graduated from its trial period! People get together and talk. They exchange information and opinions on certain subjects. There’s really nothing more fancy to it than that, but it works and it’s fun. For a brief […]

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Are We Missing the Big Picture in Delft?

How much time in your academic career have you spent discussing, debating, or explaining your own worldview with other students or staff? Had any fights, or perhaps breakthroughs because of it? To clarify, by worldview I mean your religion if you’re religious; your personal philosophy if you’re an atheist or agnostic; and in general, your […]