Sat 18 June, Hoornseplas
Come and join us to celebrate the end of exams by spending a wonderful afternoon in sun. We provide bubbles, so you can challenge your friends to a see who is a better bubble footballer.
Time is to be determined, but will probably be 2 hours between 2 pm and 6 pm.
Candidate Board Presentation
Mon 20 June, 22:00, De Tapperij
Join us on this borrel where the candidate board will be presented! The candidate board has already been approved at the last GA, but during this borrel they will be presented to the whole association. Besides that there’ll be plenty of opportunity to enjoy some beers for just €1 and socialize with fellow Cover members. We hope to see you at De Tapperij!
Blind Date Beer Pong Tournament
Tue 21 June, 21:00, Unitas SG
Registration form (deadline: 20 June)
Are you looking to play beer pong, or for a fun night with friends, or even for true love? Then this is the perfect event for you! Sign up now and we will couple you with your perfect teammate to play in our awesome beer pong tournament!
At 21:00 you can start by warming-up your throw and the tournament will start at 21:30. The tournament will cost a maximum of €7,50.
MMA (Mixed Martial Arts)
Wed 22 June, 17:30, Friesestraatweg 145
How do you feel after the last exams being over? Did your efforts work out, or didn’t they? Either way, let some steam out in things that aren’t related to studying: come join us for some mixed martial arts!
Participating in the MMA is free and we will eat for €5 per person afterwards.
Thu 23 June, 11:00–17:00, Het Kasteel (Melkweg 1)
Multitasking becomes ever more pervasive in everyday life. It is therefore important to have a better understanding of how the human brain processes multiple tasks. This can help us predict whether any given combination of tasks go well together. Furthermore it is important to know the nature of choice in multitasking: when do people choose to take on a secondary task, or decide to switch from one task to another. A better understanding can help to improve human-computer interaction, and to make people aware of how they can improve their own multitasking.
The symposium features a series of talks by international experts in the field and will be concluded with a panel-discussion around the question of what we have learned from research on multitasking and interruptions so far.
Registration is free and open until June 16.