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Headers by: Jessie Swart
Donate to Australia!
As we all know Australia is being tortured with massive wildfires. The fires are destroying everything and everyone they touch. As we watch these fires burn, sitting back and doing nothing is not an option. As Off-Screeners we want to help! As the Reporter Committee we are asking you to please donate something, even the small amounts will help!
We have made donating very easy for you! Click here to see a list of charities to which you can donate.
Coming up Off-Screen
NEW YEAR, NEW EVENTS!
By: Sophie Dijkman
In this monthly section you will be informed about what is coming up Off-Screen! Stay up to date on all of our fun media related events, parties and trips. From the themes to the sign-up dates, this update will give you all the information you need for the events. Did anything in the calendar spark your attention? Check out here what is coming up Off-Screen!
Calendar of January
OFF-SCREEN ON PISTE
OFF-SCREEN ON PISTE
RED CUP BORREL
MEAC EVENT #4
By: Noa Jansen
Noa’s confessional: a place where you can spill the tea and tell all your sins.
In this sacrament, Noa can forgive sins in Off-Screen’s name. With all the crazy stuff happening within Off-Screen’s walls, it was about time for us to have a safe place to tell your most embarrassing, weird, unusual and striking stories for them to be heard by all of us. So from now on, when something special happens to you, you have something on your mind or there’s something else that you really want to share with the rest of Off-Screen, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, tell me in person or reveal it to me in a dream.
I decided that, just like in a real confessional, everything should be and stay anonymous. And remember, this is a safe place where everyone can come to terms with his/her sins, where judgement is a word that doesn’t belong in our vocabulary, and where we can all enjoy your embarrassing stories.
Click here to read the first new confessions of 2020...
By: Sven Brandenburg, Brian Chan & Roen Wijn
Het Ketelhuis is starting the new decade of with a bang! At the end of January Het Ketelhuis is coming with their first ever course about Film and Sex. A very interesting course as it will discuss ideas from articles, central to media and culture, written by Richard Dyer and Laura Mulvey.
ComedyTrain is back with two new international shows! For just €20.75 per ticket, enjoy two entertaining performances by some of comedy's most talented. Two Months, two shows, and a whole lotta laughs!
Done with your books and down for a bit excitement? And are you good at solving riddles? Escape World is then the place to be! They offer exciting escape game adventures with great ambiance. The assignment is simple: escape from this room as fast as you can. But that’s easier said than done…
More information on any of these sponsor activities? Click here!
Camila's Hot News
By: Camila Salcedo
In this monthly section I will share the hottest news of each week of the month. Every month I will summarize and write about news items of the past month that are relevant to this day. This month I wrote about Vogue Italia going conscious, the conversations of Calais, the naked philanthropist and the murders of Qusem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis. Do you want to know more? Click here!
By: Jacqueline Antonissen
Are you a first-year student and do you have questions about the Binding Study Advice?
At the end of January all first-year students will receive an e-mail with more information about the BSA regulations, including a flow chart (what to do?) and links to relevant webpages. In February every student receives a second interim non-binding study advice on the basis of the credits they have obtained up to that point.
You are invited to schedule an appointment with the study adviser to discuss any specifics, but only AFTER you have read the general information on the website (English or Dutch) and the flowchart that you will receive in January.
My take on Murphy's Law
By: Alexia Radu
Repeating the same narrative could eventually lead to an unavoidable monotony. It’s always about me, always chaotic, always sprinkled with unnecessary drama. So, let’s add a twist to the story: I therefore introduce a more intense version of myself, my sister, who, as it happens, possesses the secret power of attracting trouble. It’s safe to lay forward the argument that everyone’s holidays are messy but simply calling this one messy would be an understatement.
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