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Blog: Living in Bornsesteeg
It was during the orientation programme in Nepal a year back when we- the freshers heading to the Netherlands - were told that every year, a person dies in Bornsesteeg. I ignored t...
Blog: Home Sweet Home
This was for me an eventful summer, and I was lucky to travel around Europe. It is now time to return to Wageningen. One month ago I longed to be gone, now, still some sand in my s...
Blog: Struggle for an internship
As a Nepalese girl in search of an internship in a developed country, I went through a lot of learning phases.
Blog: The Charm of Diplomacy
Recently, I applied to an unpaid internship for a UN organization, but I’m not sure that I’m cut out for a job in diplomacy. I know a bunch of people in Wageningen who aspire to si...
Blog: The Invisible Enemy
Last week, a friend’s house underwent a flea invasion. The Wageningen students who live there—all convicted nature lovers and animal lovers—all braced themselves for war when natur...
Blog: The tragedy of the thermodynamic student kitchen
Little has fascinated me more during my time in Wageningen than that ultimate, inescapable incubator of cultures, standards, values and habits that is the shared student kitchen.
Blog: Will there be hope for Gorilla?
This week, I want to thank the people who invited Jane Goodall to campus. What a legend!
Blog: Golden Rules in Group Work
After you’ve had group work once, you’ve had enough. ACT and the like trigger ulcerous gastritis and abnormal aggressiveness. The moment you realize the English proficiency of half...
Blog: The unsustainable lightness of being
As a student at Wageningen University, you probably stand for one of the many problems that burden this world. From the ecocide of the bees to the tragedy of protein malnutrition ...
Blog: Peace, love and happiness
As much as I enjoyed myself on the fifth of May celebrations, I also felt a bit uneasy. Once upon a time, in a foreign country, a cab driver asked me where I was from. On my reply ...