Tag : the netherlands

Postcards from Abroad: Rotterdam, The Netherlands

3 years ago / 0 comments

Alice is a third year cinema and photography student who’s currently studying abroad in the wonderful, if slightly rainy, city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. If she’s not venturing out of her comfort zone to actively meet new people and make friends, or living in the library doing the horrendous … Read More

Postcards from Abroad: Nijmegan, Netherlands

3 years ago / 0 comments

Dear All, I am writing to you from a small student filled café in the centre of Nijmegen. It’s been some time since my arrival in August and this is the longest I’ve ever been away from London. I wouldn’t say I am Dutch yet but I have grown to … Read More

Why We Call Holland The Netherlands

4 years ago / 0 comments

Loren Snel is a Dutch exchange student in Linguistics, Literature and Journalism. She has come to Leeds to explore the UK’s promising (media) landscape but its rolling hills and absence of tulips left her culture shocked. She enjoys Pinot Gris, fancy restaurants, jogging and dancing to indie pop bands as … Read More

Sport | Brazil lead the way as England prepare to say goodbye

5 years ago / 0 comments

As the last round of group matches got under way at the FIFA World Cup, Ste Topping rounds up the talking points from a busy day in Brazil and looks ahead to an English goodbye.   Monday’s action began in Group B, as Chile took on the Netherlands in a … Read More

Sport | Spain V Holland Preview

5 years ago / 0 comments

A repeat of the famous (or should that be infamous) 2010 World Cup final in Johannesburg, this game sees two European heavyweights go head to head. Euan Cunningham assesses the two sides chances in this match, and the tournament overall.   Despite having enough sheer quality in their squad to … Read More