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Opinion

Thrifting a new self

By Melisa Salas It has been over a year since the world erupted into a state of chaos. It was ...
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There’s something about mushrooms

By Sharon Verhoeks It is the muse of many artists and the habitat of fairytale creatures: the mushroom. They are ...
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From playing Sims to becoming Sims

By Cheyenne van Dreumel & Leroy Leijtens More and more we are blurring the lines between physical and digital realities ...
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Features

Yoga’s Roots, Erased

A Hindu practice, appropriated into a white woman’s exercise Article By: Austin Devaraj Illustration By: Sage Christopher-Bankasingh The Yogic Practice ...
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Big Tech politics

By: Jurgen Vlaar We are entering a new era of the digital age and too many governments are not equipped ...
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TikTok changes the face of music industry

TikTok is changing top hits lists on several streaming platforms By: Evanne Mientjes With 689 million monthly active users worldwide, ...
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Interviews

Yoga’s Roots, Erased

A Hindu practice, appropriated into a white woman’s exercise Article By: Austin Devaraj Illustration By: Sage Christopher-Bankasingh The Yogic Practice ...
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Radical switch

By Naomi ‘t Hart A certain event, such as the current pandemic or a death, can lead to a fundamental ...
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Everything is connected

By Josefien Gravendeel When it comes to hypnosis many people think of shows where people’s minds are being controlled. In ...
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World

Yoga’s Roots, Erased

A Hindu practice, appropriated into a white woman’s exercise Article By: Austin Devaraj Illustration By: Sage Christopher-Bankasingh The Yogic Practice ...
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Feeling at home is something else than integration

By Mohammad Kafina It is midday in Merkelbeek. It is too quiet, as always. The Palestinian Maher Barakat (43) sits ...
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Bilingual street signs in the city centre of Maastricht

By Evanne Mientjes & Julia Kraan When you walk through the city of Maastricht you may feel like a tourist ...
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Amsterdam

Restaurant owner finds creative solution to shortage of staff

Owner Leon van Bourgonje (left) signs contract with manager director of ROC Peter Bon (right Restaurant De Eendracht and ROC ...
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‘Sex workers are at the bottom of society’’

Sex workers of Amsterdam are finally back in business. And although the girls are happy to get back to work, ...
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The life of those without a home

Text by Patricia Budusan Picture by De Regenboog Strolling through the once busy street from Amsterdam Centraal to the Dam ...
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Source: Anniek van den Brand

Journalist Anniek van den Brand: “The workload is as high as ever”

Anniek van den Brand By Hedwig Goudsmit 18 October 2020 Anniek van den Brand (53) has been a journalist for ...
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At the roots of the future at Nxt Museum Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s diverse Museum scene has been replenished by a first-of-its-kind attraction. On 29 August the Nxt Museum opened its doors ...
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