Spring Issue 2018

It’s Spring! The bitter coldness of February has (hopefully) subsided and this means beautiful flowers start blooming again. Have you ever wondered which flower you’d be? Wouter Peer’s horoscope at the end of this Issue settles this once and for all. Two months ago, spaceflight company Space X launched a car in the direction of […]

the Issue Winter 2017

It’s (almost) the most wonderful time of the year: Christmas time. The perfect time to set aside our differences and get together, preferably near a fireplace, with good food and warm lights. Of course there’s more than one way to celebrate this holiday. Matthijs Koster takes us to the swamps of Louisiana for a Christmas […]

The Issue Fall 2017

It’s autumn, which is also known as fall, and for a good reason; leaves, temperatures, rain (maybe even a bit of snow), the Trump administration, they’re all falling down. Looking back at the last 10 months, it seems impossible that Trump is still in office (on his non-golfing days anyway). Although many cabinet members and […]

Summer Issue

Quite a number of you, me included, are getting ready for a semester in the US or Canada. This whole preparation process can be quite stressful and overwhelming. Luckily, USA Nijmegen has a lot of members, including some of our writers, who have already been abroad and lived to tell the tale. Linda van Rooij […]

Spring Issue

Chaos. This is perhaps the only word that can accurately describe the state of the union. Luckily, Issue writers have once again tried their best to make sense of the political turmoil that has plagued the US during the first 100 days of the Trump presidency. One the administration’s most controversial actions, the immigration ban […]

Winter Issue

2016 was a very strange and tumultuous year on planet Earth. With only exams and deadlines as a prospect for the coming days and weeks, at this point, 2017 doesn’t appear to be going much better. On top of this, on January 20th, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of […]

Fall Issue 2016

Fall. Normally the name of this season is associated with leaves that fall from the trees. This year, however, it could also allude to the possible end of the United States as we know it if Donald Trump is elected president. When you’re reading this, the indescribable madness of the 2016 elections will have (hopefully) […]

Summer Issue 2016

Dutch summers. Perhaps the most unreliable thing in the world. Will it be sunny? Or will it be cold and rainy for weeks? Some of us won’t have time to enjoy the summer anyway, with thesis deadlines looming and stays abroad to prepare for. We interviewed Robin Driessen to check how her research on Barbies […]

Spring Issue 2016

Finally, winter is over and spring is coming. The time of new beginnings! Across the pond, elections are heating up and it seems more and more likely that either Trump will Make America Great Again with a Great Wall, or that we will have to get used to a White House with two presidents in it. Once a […]

Winter Issue 2015

Ah, December. While we stuff ourselves with delicious food and drinks, and shower each other with gifts, we await the start of spring. Kinda sucks we have to deal with January first, which is basically the Friday morning of months. And exams. The horror. Good thing we have some tips that’ll help you survive all […]