According to CNN, Groningen is a ‘young and hip… alternative to Amsterdam’. It has the canals and the ‘classic Dutch buildings’ without the ‘hordes’ of tourists.
This is a public service announcement: remember to always shut off your music before closing your laptop.
Herman de Jong, dean of the FEB, has stepped down. Only someone named ‘Staff’ knows why, and he’s not saying anything.
In the spirit of Halloween, the university announced this week that many students are to be subjected to exams that could be worth up to 100 percent of their grade.
International students furious after nearly a dozen container homes were loaded onto trucks and shipped to Bremen during the night.
Late on Wednesday the now ex-president of the board of directors donned a cloak, loaded his revolver, and disappeared into the night.
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.
The RUG administration has finally come to their senses, and decided to stop offering anything that can be provided by the free market.
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.
5 Reasons Why Dutch People are so Tall, You Won’t Believe Number 4.
Ministry of Health classifies RUG students as biohazards after all 30,000 students attending the University became sick during the first month of class.
The city of Groningen has won their bid for the right to host the 2018 ‘Pas Vraiment Grand Prix’, thanks in part to Ben Feringa.