‘We will definitely come back’, say students occupying Lipsius
On Thursday 23 November, students from action group End Fossil occupied two classrooms in the Lipsius building. Their demand: the university must cut ties with the fossil industry. ‘Don’t let it end in chaos.’
Screening academics from risk countries brings discrimination into Dutch universities
‘That protest was scary,’ say Jewish students: ‘All I could think was: I have to get out of here’
Actor and rocker David Duchovny performing in The Hague. ‘I was scared to sing in front of an audience’
Cut fossil ties? We don’t have the time!
How children find food in the Congolese jungle
Why do humans have such large brains? To answer that question, two biologists travelled to the Republic of Congo to see how children gather food in the jungle. ‘It’s impossible to survive on your own.’
COT Institute relinquishes assignment to investigate security action
Crisis Research Centre COT has relinquished the assignment to investigate the events that occurred at the Wijnhaven building on 9 November. According to Board president Annetje Ottow, too many people were unable or unwilling to cooperate with the investigation, making it impossible for COT to continue. Ottow announced this during the University Council meeting on Monday.