Student assistant: an honourable job that doesn’t always pay
It seems like an honourable job, but some student assistants complain that they have to grade exams unpaid, or wait months for their salary. ‘My employer is my thesis supervisor.’
Yasmijn is in a wheelchair: ‘I was completely forgotten during the fire drill’
Pop-up HPV vaccination at Plexus proves popular: ‘We vaccinated 63 students in just one hour’
Housing hunt drives internationals to despair: ‘Quitting is not an option, I have to find something’
Lecturers report ‘alarming’ numbers of students with problems (and sometimes take on the role of therapist)
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.’
Sustainable science or greenwashing?
During the opening of the academic year, critics of the university’s ties with the fossil industry also got the chance to have their say.
Pride predicaments: Bringing banners results in beatings
Did professor, co-author AND husband know Colzato was committing fraud? Leiden doesn’t want to know
Yet another discussion on Palestine cancelled: ‘It’s as if the university treats us differently’
Students unfairly excluded from exams: ‘Those duped by MyStudymap should complain’