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Unemployment of starting Higher Vocational student increased

08-07-2014áby Sensor
Unemployment of starting Higher Vocational student increased
The unemployment rate among students of universities of applied sciences increased from 7.9 percent to 8.9 percent.
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07-07-2014áby Sensor
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Earning some extra during the 4-day

07-07-2014áby Sensor
Earning some extra during the 4-day
Last year, enough beds were available for the many hikers of the Nijmgen Four Days. This year there are less. An opportunity to earn something extra by letting your student room.
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Facebook regrets emotional involvement

06-07-2014áby Sensor
Facebook regrets emotional involvement
‘Goddamnit, failed my exam.’ ‘Shit, I overran Fikke with my car.’ ‘Blast, Mexico lost!’ About 700,000 Facebook users were slapped in the face with negative posts by means of ex-perimenting. Zuckerberg & Co, kinda regret that.
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Work at the HAN Para

05-07-2014áby Sensor
Work at the HAN Para
The HAN Parade, festival during the Intro, isn’t only looking for artists from our university. But the organisation is looking for hard working employees as well.
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Arjen Robben gets his own tree in Arnhem

04-07-2014áby Sensor
Arjen Robben gets his own tree in Arnhem
Arjen Robben will be honoured with a tree in Arnhem’s ‘Spijkerkwartier’. The tree was planted last week by habitants of that neighourhood. Just in time for a victory dance after the Netherlands swiped Mexico off the playground.
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Say goodbye to your liver

07-05-2013á@ 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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