By Julia Kraan & Evanne Mientjes An interview with Esther van Loo, first-degree language professional, about the Limburgish dialect. Did Corona change the look on dialect, the dialect in our daily life and the shame of speaking a dialect? Continue reading Esther van Loo about the Limburgish dialect
By Gaby van Genderen Ten years ago, the city of Heerlen in The Netherlands, encountered a cultural revival with the arrival of the street art scene. After years of dealing with problems like homelessness and heavy drug users, the city is finally thriving again. With over 130 pieces of art (by local and international artists) spread out through the neighborhoods, the city has earned the title … Continue reading A decade of Street Art in Heerlen: a look inside
In April, this semester’s cohort produced a 64 page print + online magazine called Re-naissance. We’re excited to share with you a peek into what went behind the scenes in Amsterdam. Continue reading Behind the Scenes of Re-naissance Magazine
By: Sage Bankasingh As of October 2020, Toronto had 124 active cranes, making it the city with the most cranes in North America. As a move towards a smarter city, a common trend seen in Toronto is the complete demolition and redevelopment of these neighbourhoods – which results in little to no preservation of historical spaces. Some neighbourhoods are starting to defy this trend, and … Continue reading Liberty to Life
By Melisa Salas & Gaby van Genderen Today many special places in Amsterdam opened again as a polling station in the middle of a national lockdown. Locals had the chance to step into those unique buildings to use their right to vote. Reporters from the International Angle: Gaby and Melisa visited the Concertgebouw, the Van Gogh Museum and the Melkweg. Curious to see how young … Continue reading The most unique polling stations in Amsterdam: how did young voters experience those?
Video by Lena Knaus and Lea Dillmann One year ago: Kitesurfer Francisca Meijer just started her surf trip. Then the 26-years-old injured herself and her whole sports carrier crashed. We asked ourselves: How do professional athletes fight back after an accident? Get to know the whole story of Francisca and the perspective of physiotherapist Jared Miller. Continue reading How does a professional athlete fight back after an accident?
Video by Lea Dillmann That’s not how they imagined it: The media students Christopher Müller and Noah Weber want to start their own radio show. Then a pandemic breaks out. How do they manage to broadcast live from the studio despite the corona measures? Find out now! Weber & Müller every Tuesday from 10 to 11 am on www.horads.de. You are in Stuttgart? Stream the … Continue reading Starting a radio show during a pandemic
When you have a little more free time you come up with a lot of things to do. You may find a new hobby like painting or knitting, you can finally read that one book, or try out a delicious baking recipe. Malijn Pieterse, who is in Haarlem, teaches Tijn de Bruin from Zaandam how to make a tasty and healthy banana bread. From the … Continue reading The Malijn, Tijn & Wine Cooking Show: Tasty & Healthy Banana Bread
A tutorial by Michelle Tuyp We are going through a crazy time right now due to the coronavirus. During life in quarantine, it might be difficult to stay productive and creative. That’s why I looked on the internet for something fun to try while we’re stuck indoors. I discovered this fun DIY method called tie-dyeing. You can easily create all different sorts of patterns on … Continue reading Quarantine DIY: How to tie-dye
In 2018 Turkey attracted nearly 1 million people for health tourism, according to the government. Video and photo by Ingrid Godager and Thea Agnethe Erikson The British 24-year-old Clayton Digweed is in Istanbul to get a Brazilian butt lift (BBL) at Comfort Zone Cosmetic Surgery: “So I’m having a BBL, with lipo on the stomach and on the thighs. It’s something that I’ve always wanted … Continue reading ‘Get rid of the fat, I don’t want it anymore’