Do you want to be part of the 29th Board of Etcetera? Applications are open now until April 30th. All you need to do is send us an email to email@example.com with your first and second preferred position, your CV, and your motivation letter (around 300 words) explaining why you are applying, why you’re applying for the respective positions, and what your strengths are. After the application process, there will
You can read the minutes from our Half-Yearly GMA (09/02/22) here!
As Valentine’s Day approaches, we have some love letters we want to write and hand out to you. If you want to receive such a personal love letter, sign up via this link and we will get back to you! Lots of love 🌹
You can find the notes here. The recording will be made available by Dr. Kristine Johanson.
With the beginning of academic year 21/22 quickly approaching, it is time for our bi-yearly bulkweken book sale! As always, for the next weeks, Athenaeum Boekhandel will provide you with the books that you need at a 15% discount on English books for Etcetera Study Association members. The book sale will be organised in bulkweken. The weeks will take place from today at 12:00 (noon) to 1st September at 23:00, and during this time you will be able to buy
The yearbook is ready for you to download here. Have fun reading, and we want to express a huge thank you to the Yearbook Committee for all their hard work!
This year has certainly been a memorable one, and that’s why the 2020-2021 yearbook will be one to remember! To not let this year and the unique experience slip by undocumented we need to put together a committee of creative minds, writers, and editors, who find a way to capture this extraordinary, this strange and confusing study year with all its ups and downs, challenges, and experiences. In previous years
With the Alumnikring Engels and LLACE, award-winning crime author Denise Mina gave attendees an insight into what it is like to be an author, what crime writing entails, how to start a novel, the importance of talking about income in the arts, and what the challenges of writing crime are without glorifying the criminals and their acts. Mina reminded everyone that if you can tell someone a story, you can
Despite hosting the book club the week after exams, LLACE was thrilled to see familiar faces and discuss this awesome book. We thoroughly enjoyed exchanging ideas on themes (such as family, magic, childhood, tents) and to hear your insights on all of them. In addition, the bingo-game that we played was a lot of fun (and giving our bingo-winners Emma and Anne the chance of picking out a book for