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What’s Happening in Groningen /Week 12

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A selection of the best events happening this week and onwards

Academic

 

If you can google it, do you have to learn it?
March 18 from 18:00 - 19:00, in Classroom Big

We’re all busy with studying, but is what you’re studying actually worth learning (rule 2)? In preparation for the UCG Tilburg Lustrum Conference, first and second years prepared this presentation about the 'future-proofness' of your academic skills.

Price: FREE

 

Does the university system tolerate failure?
March 20 from 18:00-19:00, in Classroom Big

Failed your recent exam? Or are you stressing out about not failing? Join this presentation to find out what the consequences are of toleration of failure on the quality of education.

Price: FREE


Symposium on Brexit
March 25 from 20:00 - 22:00, at Café De Troubadour, Peperstraat 19

History is being made now. Every step of the UK government is being recorded in the books as you’re reading this. On March 25th, you can learn more about the ins and outs of this happening.

Price: FREE. Find all info here

 

World Water Day
March 22, all day at UCG

Water is important. I hope you’ve noticed that already. That’s why Civitas is organising this World Water Day. Together with their partner Just A Drop, they will organise a special project regarding water. Be sure to not miss it!


Price: FREE. Find all info here

 

Social

 

Caerus Social Shebang
March 20 from 17:00-19:00, at the UCG Bar

The Shebang is back. Crack open a cold one or sip some wine while catching up with your friends in the intimate UCG bar. It will be on Wednesday this time and guess what? It will be sunny (but for how long?). So swing by, wave the winter goodbye and celebrate spring!

Price: FREE

 

OOST is THREE • Birthday Weekender
March 29 from 23:59-06:00 and March 30 from 23:59-06:00, at OOST

OOST is only three years old but already it’s legendary. This cosy club is leaving its not so terrible twos behind and going all out for her third birthday. There's a full lineup good for two nights and special names like Tom Trago that you must hear. If you’ve experienced a night of OOST before, you won’t need that kick in the butt to go, but if you never been, this is a good time to start.

Price: €10 (doorsale only). Find all info here

 

Paradigm: The Backyard Project
March 23 from 12:00-23:59, at Paradigm

If we have to take the organisation’s own word for it, The Backyard Project will be different than any other Paradigm event that preceded it. And with Sluwe Vos (among others) taking the stage for a 5 hour extended set, it looks like they might actually be right.

Price: €22.50. Find all info here and get your tickets here

That's it for this week, enjoy.

 

PS Our Arts & Culture correspondent got a visit from the tooth fairy this week and is in great pain (flowers can be sent to slash@caerus-ucg.com). But don't worry, those events (and its author) will be back next week.


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