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Blog: Summer vibes
‘I’m too busy to enjoy summer’, she said. Wait, too busy for summer?
Blog: It’s not feminist to challenge gender roles
Whenever the Nepalese community in Wageningen had a get-together, the women were expected to serve the men. Seriously?! We are all educated people on scholarships selected from hun...
Blog: Impostor syndrome
One thing that probably impressed me the most during my first week at uni was how we, then completely clueless freshers, were immediately being called scientists.
Blog: No comment
Is it a case of me not being edgy or controversial enough? Blogger Kristina wonders why her blogs only rarely elicit comments.
Blog: A Tale of Social Cohesion
I have a high trust in civil society. Higher than recommendable, as my mother remarks. So when I lost my wallet two weeks ago I lost my wallet, this was an awful experience initial...
Blog: My kind of place
Plunging into the tortuous labyrinth of environmental governance, with all its ins, all its outs, and all its what-have-yous, or into any other WUR study subject, for that matter, ...
Blog: March by scientists
This past Earth Day, 22 April, some 3000 people gathered at Museumplein, Amsterdam, for what could very well be the largest demonstration of scientists and science supporters in th...
Blog: March for Science
As a scientist, did you join the March for Science last weekend? Blogger Nadya Karimasari shares her thought on this first-time event.
Blog: Road trip
Blogger Leonardo loses track of time and space somewhere, sometime during a road trip.
During the Easter holiday, blogger Nadya Karimasari spent her day at the second-hand book bazaar in Wageningen Centrum.