Let’s take a trip down memory lane: remember when you started here at university and you could finally pick up your new laptop? All new and shiny and you even got to take it home in a ‘fashionable’ bag. To top it all off, you were provided with a clicker. You’re told it’ll be used for quizzes in class all the time. All the time turned out to be a bit of an exaggeration: I used the clicker exactly three times in my entire Bachelor’s. Once I started my Master’s it disappeared into the back of a drawer - the Graduate School doesn’t use clickers…
Stella Vie, that is the name of the latest TU/e solar family vehicle unveiled Wednesday by Solar Team Eindhoven. The car, with space for five rather than four occupants, is rounder and more streamlined than its predecessors, making it quite a bit more aerodynamic.
The Auditorium is set to gain some 200 additional study seats. Thanks to a redesign and new furniture, there will soon be room for 630 people to be seated at any one time, whether eating lunch or studying. All over the campus more study seats are being created. The idea is to give over the first two floors of every building primarily to Bachelor's students.
First things that came into mind thinking about New Zealand were beautiful rough nature and rugby, they have the best team of the world! That are actually the two things I enjoyed most so far besides studying for my master Innovation Sciences, it is still STUDYING abroad.
Korein Kinderplein hopes to open the doors of its new premises on the TU/e campus on September 4th. The child care center, previously known as De TUimelaar, is swapping the space it has occupied for years behind the Paviljoen for the ground floor of Luna.