The semester is over, the academic year is coming to an end. A lot has changed...
We hereby publish the motions that will be addressed in the General Assembly on May 22. Universalis-—-Motion-Form ACADEMIC COUNCIL BUDGET PROPOSAL Universalis-—-Motion-Form COMMITTEE INCOME PROCEDURES Motion independent body b Motion Independent Body If there will be more motions submitted we will add the motion to the list.
Since yesterday we know who will be the new president of the study association. A vast majority gave support to the old/new president of the association. When Elliot ran for president a semester ago he already assured that he would like to run for a second term. Since we just had the shift from semester [...]
The semester is over, the academic year is coming to an end. A lot has changed and a lot has to be discussed. Topics in the upcoming GA are the approval of the board for Fall 2013, the expenditure of the association (future and past), possible changes to the statutes and motions to the newly [...]
Extract-Universalis are pleased to announce the following guest lecture: ‘Environmental Warfare, Humanitarian Disasters, and Indirect Genocide’ by Professor Emmanuel H. Kreike of Princeton University. The lecture will take place on 15th May starting at 18.00 in the UCM Lecture Hall. Emmanuel Kreike, has a PhD in African history from Yale University (1996) and a Dr. [...]
by Esthela del Pilar Arechiga Celis March 5th 2012 marks the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. Chávez, in power from 1999 up until his death, remains one of Latin Americans and the world’s most divisive figures of the XXI century. News of his death was met, not just in Venezuela but internationally, with great controversy. [...]
by Julia Fischmann On the fifth of March died the national liberator, “el comandante eterno”, the Bolivarian revolutionary; for some. For others yet another dictator vanished from the face of the earth. A lot of polemics surround the death of Hugo Chávez, Venezuela’s President for 14 years. Hugo Chavez has been known and praised worldwide [...]
© Julia König/UCMSA Universalis 2013 Round-up Another year, another early Saturday morning and another fierce competition with our peers from across the Netherlands. Despite a late departure, the bus arrived perfectly on time after travelling the 213 kilometres up the A2 to Amsterdam University College’s beautiful facilities. The groggy arrivals were greeted by two [...]
Dear Staff and Students, Extract-Universalis are pleased to announce the following guest lecture: “High Expectations? Was the Arab Spring really worth it?” The lecture will be given by Zina Nimeh and will take place on Thursday 18th April starting at 18.00 in the UCM Lecture Hall. Zina Nimeh is a research fellow at the Maastricht University Graduate School of [...]