Christmas experiences from the PR Committee

Christmas is celebrated differently across the world (or even not celebrated at all). We were wondering how much our Christmas experiences differ from each other just within our committee, since we all grew up in different countries and cultures. So here is how we – the PR committee celebrate Christmas. Let us know how you…

6 Apps you absolutely need in Groningen

As a technophobe, writing about apps seemed a daunting task. It’s a running joke among my group of friends that I’m the granny of tech. If my phone screen smashes I’ll leave it – a new one would just break anyway. Why bother responding to someone’s Facebook message when I’m going to see them later…

Balkan tourism: affordable and easy

While some consider the region to be a poor post-communist dystopia, this hasn’t been the case for quite a while. Today the only reminiscence of the countries’ communist past is the huge Soviet monuments that find themselves surrounded by skate parks, cafés and artisan burger shops. The obvious progress, however, doesn’t stop these countries from…

5 Things every German has complained about in Groningen

Germans are everywhere in Groningen, as we’ve already established in the German stereotype article posted a couple weeks ago. And one thing us Germans love to do is to complain. There’s always something here that’s different to what we’re used to in Germany, and we will complain about it very loudly and as often as…