Never mind warm sweaters: university should break ties with destructive companies
If our university wants to be a place of science and ethics that enables scholars and students to seriously address the biggest problem of our time and future, then it needs to publicly take institutional responsibility, writes a group of Leiden scolars.
Student discovers poetic women who took matters into their own hands
Dutch language student Evi Dijcks (20) accidentally discovered an all-female 18th century poetry society. A remarkable find and very rare for the time. ‘It took a while before I realised what I had stumbled upon.’
The Hague is growing: 9000 new students, new study programmes and a campus boulevard
The campus in The Hague wants to greatly expand over the coming ten years. There are plans for new study programmes and a ‘campus boulevard’ with university buildings and new student housing.