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'If you come, I'll pay the drinks'

23-04-2014 by Sensor
'If you come, I'll pay the drinks'
He shouldn’t have said that. Hans Meijer, process coordinator at Service Unit IT, thought to dare his colleagues.
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Prestigious American University crossed out Dutch

22-04-2014 by Sensor
Prestigious American University crossed out Dutch
No, we’re not kidding. The American university Yale expunges the subsidiary subject Dutch due to a lack of interest and financial cuts.
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(Travel Blog) Accident Prone

20-04-2014 by Sensor
(Travel Blog) Accident Prone
Sander Geerts, our foreign correspondent, has postponed his international journey to Nepal due to personal reasons. Which is why we’ll flip over our column. Sander is replaced by Paige Roggenbruck an American student who studies at Buro 302 (IT and Communication) in Arnhem.
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Put yourself in the spotlight for Park Open Young Talent Stage 2014!

19-04-2014 by Sensor
Put yourself in the spotlight for Park Open Young Talent Stage 2014!
This year Park Open will organise the Park Open Young Talent Stage for the third time in a row on the Ronde Weide in Arnhem.
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Academic students flirt with deadline

18-04-2014 by Sensor
Academic students flirt with deadline
Two weeks before the deadline, considerably less students have chosen to follow an academic study.
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Tip for the weekend: the Easter concerts at Jacobiberg Arnhem

17-04-2014 by Sensor
Tip for the weekend: the Easter concerts at Jacobiberg Arnhem
Still no plans for coming Easter? But want to do something enjoyable? Then you shouldn’t miss the Easter concerts at Pop centre Jacobiberg in Arnhem!
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Say goodbye to your liver

07-05-2013 @ 17:14:50 by Sensor

Look, here’s a diet which’ll acutally help! No boring carrots, a growling stomach and boredom-yawning: the ‘gin-tonic diet’ will give you weight loss and fun.

A Belgian man tested it for us: he’s been living on a diet of pure gin-tonics for a week already. Every day he drinks about 12 glasses and lost 7 kilo already. No food. Well, except last Sunday, when he ate some spinach. Because he wanted something ‘to nibble on’. Spinach is so nibble-able..

Constantly drunk

Not completely unexpected, but there are also some disadvantages with this diet: you walk around with a full promille of alcohol in your blood, which you keep up with the constant supply of gin-tonics. ‘It’s not really drunk, but I’m not in the best shape’, the inventive Belgian says. Right now, he seems to be eating again.

Source: De Standaard
 

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