Cheap Eats in Europe

We know that, as a student, you’re often short on cash. We also know that a lot of European cities can be really expensive and it’s hard to find good food at restaurants that fit your budget! Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

The Art of Multitasking and Why We Can’t Give It Up

This term should sound familiar to anyone today. The prefix multi means more than one thing. Indeed, when speaking of multitasking, it’s hard to imagine an idyllic vision of a person practicing meditation. There are haters and lovers of multitasking.Read more
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Culture

Kindness: The Superpower of Individuals

Kindness has always been the driving force of every major social change, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that it could potentially be the key factor in changing the world.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion

How Can Schrödinger's Cat Explain Our Existential Origins?

At some point in our lives, we all wonder whether there is a foundation in our existence or if we are just a set of circumstances. Either way, understanding human nature could lead us to understand ourselves.Read more
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Erasmus

Why Exploring Your Home Is The Best

We all miss travelling a lot. What if we can get the same experience without leaving our home cities?Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Halloween Isn’t Cancelled! - Activities for a Holiday at Home

Spooky season is officially on, but 2020 has changed our habits: social distancing is a must and trick or treating, our old-time favourite activity, must be put on stand-by. But that doesn’t mean Halloween is cancelled!Read more
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Culture

The Algorithm of Life

We are so busy trying to figure out life’s algorithm that sometimes we miss what’s in front of us. Life.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

How To Cope With The Loss Of a Long-Distance Friend?

Almost everyone at some point has to face the pain of losing a friend. And when it comes to a friend from a distance, the pain is more different. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

How to Get to Know Your New City With ESN Recommendations on TWISPER

So, you’re moving to a new city to study. Congrats! Studying abroad is so much fun and can open so many doors for you in the future. But you already know all of that. Let’s get down to the important stuff – what on earth do you do when you arrive? Read more
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Travels, Culture

The endless world of what-ifs, by someone going on Erasmus during a global pandemic

Erasmus stands for having a whole lot of fun and making lifelong memories, while studying abroad with people from different cultural backgrounds, but what happens when there’s a global pandemic?Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture, Health

Erasmus: Time to Seize Every Opportunity

Your Erasmus is about to start, and you can’t help but get more and more nervous. You have heard all of those great stories from your friends that have already been abroad, but things are different this year.Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture, Education

World Mental Health Day - Building Bridges & Tearing Down Walls

Let's make this year's Mental Health Day the day we tear down the walls that separate us from our fellows, let us connect through our diversity and build new bridges. We are a singularity divided into 7 billion bodies.Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering, Health

Is it better to fit in or embrace the new?

We have all been there: getting into a new environment and not knowing anything about it. There are two ways to handle it - which one will you choose?Read more
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Erasmus, Travels, Culture

Student-friendly Pubs to Celebrate Oktoberfest in 2020

The official festival may be cancelled this year but you can still celebrate Oktoberfest in 2020 without travelling! Read more
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Travels

Erasmus+ Explained - Most asked questions about the most successful European Programme

A series of frequently asked questions, answers and useful links in one place for Erasmus+ students, volunteers and trainees.Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering, Education, Employability

A Love Letter to My Host University

Several obstacles nearly destroyed my chance to go on an Erasmus. When I finally arrived at my destination, I discovered that I still had a lot to learn. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Education

Tough Times? Tougher Volunteers

The previous months have been tough for everyone. But there were some people who, despite the fears, worked on ameliorating the lives of others. The ESN volunteers were some of those people. We should celebrate that when the world needed us, we delivered.Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering

Finding Light at the End of the Post-Erasmus Tunnel

My Erasmus exchange in the Netherlands was the happiest six months of my life. This posed an issue when it came to returning to my normal life. What do you do when your new-found life and the joyful emotions that come with it come to an end?Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

Why Are We Waiting For Tomorrow to Start Living?

We’re always talking about getting on with our lives. Well, we are. We get on with our lives. This is it. Maybe the problem is that I’ve always been driven by my wants. My life’s always been about tomorrow. And the idea that life is now… it’s horrible.Read more
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Erasmus, Health

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We know that, as a student, you’re often short on cash. We also know that a lot of European cities can be really expensive and it’s hard to find good food at restaurants that fit your budget!
Categories: 
This term should sound familiar to anyone today. The prefix multi means more than one thing. Indeed, when speaking of multitasking, it’s hard to imagine an idyllic vision of a person practicing meditation. There are haters and lovers of multitasking.
Kindness has always been the driving force of every major social change, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that it could potentially be the key factor in changing the world.
Categories: 
At some point in our lives, we all wonder whether there is a foundation in our existence or if we are just a set of circumstances. Either way, understanding human nature could lead us to understand ourselves.
Categories: 
We all miss travelling a lot. What if we can get the same experience without leaving our home cities?
Categories: 
Spooky season is officially on, but 2020 has changed our habits: social distancing is a must and trick or treating, our old-time favourite activity, must be put on stand-by. But that doesn’t mean Halloween is cancelled!

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