For IS students, final exams are right around the corner, and they’re the last push of the semester. But for international students, like me, the feeling of homesickness is creeping up as well.
It’s May. Temperatures are rising, the skies are clearing, and your productivity is falling. As summer break - and final exams - inch closer, you find yourself absentmindedly looking at plane tickets during your tutorials.
As someone who has had the (mis)fortune - depending on who you ask - to have lived in Italy for most of my life, I believe I am in a pretty qualified position to speak about the country.
On the Rector Magnificus Hester Bijl latest statement: Our University is ‘Not a Political Platform’ - only when that is convenient for the University.
I was introduced to BAISmag back in September 2021 during the Uni introduction days at the Schouwburgstraat building, exactly ten days after my arrival in the Netherlands. During this period, I was overwhelmed by excitement and optimism about starting my new life here and I was really looking forward to the countless opportunities that I... Continue Reading →
I might be an adult. And I don’t know if I like it or not. I love the freedom. Traveling alone throughout Europe. Growing my plants. Living alone. Playing video games for hours. I truly enjoy this life. The pleasure of doing whatever I want, joining whichever project attracts me, going wherever I feel. These... Continue Reading →
All is the same as it was before. Returning home, after spending months in a country I have only once visited should have brought a new perspective into my life. But it did not. On my flight back home I reckoned that if life has taken a turn, it will be now that I will... Continue Reading →