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Opening POPCorner The Hague
Met een openingswoord, een paneldiscussie op de Spaanse Trappen in Wijnhaven en een druk op de rode knop voor het gebouw zelf, is POPcorner The Hague donderdagmiddag officieel geopend door rector magnificus Hester Bijl.
Gianelle Vacca: ‘POPcorner The Hague makes us much more accessible’
Campus The Hague gained a new facility. On Thursday 17 February, POPcorner was opened, helping students find their way during their studies and within the university buildings.
Meeting place for and by all students: That is POPCorner, The Hague
The POPCorner The Hague festive opening week has been postponed due to the more restrictive corona measures, but the website is online, its’ employees are roaring to go, and there are plenty courses and workshops available to take part in. High time to get to know more about this meeting point for and…
Daily Dutch (POPcorner FSW)
Bringing students together
Connecting with the University and with one another directly contributes to students’ well-being. This page gives an overview of initiatives that promote this.
Student-initiative COOP empowers students to discuss difficult topics respectfully
Students are ever more cautious to express their view on controversial debates. The new student-led D&I initiative at the Faculty of Humanities, COOP, is ready to step in. They organise sessions to guide students on speaking up and respecting the views of others at university.
- Purim charity bake sale
- Support for earthquake-hit Turkey and Syria
Beehive Student Centre
Turfmarkt 104, The Hague
New Student Well-Being Officer for The Hague gets started on student well-being
Student well-being is more important than ever and is high on Leiden University’s agenda. There are many recent new initiatives, such as Well-Being Week and POPcorner The Hague. To streamline all these new initiatives and create new student well-being activities, a Student Well-Being Officer has recently…
Festive opening Faculty Year in the Hortus
The Faculty of Humanities has made a festive start to the academic year. On 7 September, staff members were able to meet each other at a drinks party in the Hortus botanicus.
Assessor talk: Ebrar Kaya succeeds Jonatan Wirix-Speetjens as assessor
Participating in discussions as a student, at an administrative level? Jonatan Wirix-Speetjens has done so for the past two years as assessor of the Faculty of Humanities. Ebrar Kaya will take over the position of assessor starting this September. In this interview we look back and ahead at the asse…
Diversity and inclusion: ‘Don’t avoid the subject'
The new online diversity and inclusion dossier combines all faculty initiatives on this topic. But what is the situation on diversity and inclusion at Humanities? An interview with Aurelie van ‘t Slot, policy advisor Internationalisation, Diversity and Inclusion.
Good Practices on Student Well-Being
Conference, EUniWell Symposium