RE-NAISSANCE is OUT!

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

Crypto Punk

By Sharon Verhoeks Cryptocurrency is gaining its popularity fast. The digital asset is a new form of payment and threatens ...
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FUNERAL FASHION

Exploring new ways of dying By Cheyenne van Dreumel Death is a subject deemed taboo in western culture, but that ...
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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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Interviews

Newfound Purpose

Five refugees on how they regained their lives What if the country where you were born and raised becomes unsafe ...
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Influenced influencers

By Naomi ‘t Hart With the birth of social media, online influencers came to life. Nowadays, people tend to speak ...
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“We all need a hug”

How the pandemic influences our love lives By Melisa Salas Because of Covid-19, it’s challenging for young people to experiment ...
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World

Going offline

By Yana Georgieva The online world has revolutionised modern society and people’s everyday lives are influenced by it everyday. Being ...
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Working together with Nature

By Jaimy Witbraad Climate change is happening and the discussion around it takes many causative agents. With new policies on ...
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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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Amsterdam

Cycling as a method to learn accepting oneself

By: Mohammad Kafina At the house of the pensioned journalist Jeroen Zonneveld (70), it is messy. Books and papers are ...
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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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