The psychology Statistics I exam was a disaster for first year students this term. Only 30 percent of them passed.
When you’re studying in Groningen, you can’t do without a bicycle. Internationals don’t only find the Dutch cycling culture strange; sometimes they find it downright scary.
Disturbing news this week: a local student entering his third year realized with sudden, gut wrenching clarity that he still doesn’t know what his degree is for.
When the international housing crises erupted in protests last year, everyone agreed on one thing: this can’t happen again. But here we are.
The RUG administration has finally come to their senses, and decided to stop offering anything that can be provided by the free market.
The university council is unhappy with the emergency facilities the university is offering homeless internationals, in particular the camp of tents.
The year is drawing to a close. We at the Ukrant have compiled a list of some stories from 2017 and 2018 you might remember.
Last week, the UKrant published a story about how German students experienced the Dutch national Remembrance and Liberation days. It turned out they’re quite uncomfortable. But not all Germans feel this way, says German RUG student Max Heintzen.
Student party Lijst Calimero wondered if international students should get a special confidential advisor.