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Teachers to strike next week

On Wednesday, 6 November, teachers in primary and secondary schools will go on strike. In Brabant, more than 100 schools will be closed on...
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TU/e maths group gets €1.5 million

The joint venture, 'Networks', has received a grant of €1.5 million, the TU/e reports. Networks is a collaboration between several Dutch universities. It conducts...
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Veldhoven Library opens children’s Chinese section

Veldhoven Library has announced plans to open a Chinese Children’s Book Zone on 1 August. It will offer more than 200 Chinese-language picture books...

Highschool director wants ‘semi-closure’

Highschools cannot sufficiently guarantee there pupils and staff's safety. That's according to Martin van den Berg. He's the director of Olympia, Huygens Lyceum, and Frits...
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Unique fashion show held

Yesterday, a unique, circular art fashion show was held in DomusDela, Eindhoven. The OUD en NIEUW (OLD and NEW) event was especially for people living...

‘Contraception camper’ at TU/e intro week

Today's TU/e students are learning everything about birth control during the intro week. A so-called 'contraceptive camper' is placed on the university campus. In the...

CKE celebrates 100-year anniversary

CKE (Centrum voor de Kunsten Eindhoven, or Centre for the Arts Eindhoven) celebrates its 100-year anniversary this weekend. CKE has planned various events throughout 2020...

Thousands of kids not back at school for fear of COVID-19

At 90% of Dutch primary schools, some children have stayed at home since the reopening. This is according to a survey conducted by the...
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Purple Introduction week at Fontys starts

The Purple Introduction Week of Fontys started this week. From Monday to Thursday, the new students shall start with their studies. Because of the...
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Sudden lockdown blindsides schools

The plans were in place. It was, after all, not the first time primary schools in the region have had to switch to digital...

Discover nature in the city: late-winter treasures

The past week’s snowy days were great to look for animal tracks in the snow: tiny robins' hoping footprints, walking trails of magpies and...
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