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13 reasons why you should go vote

  1. Make the voice that students have on university matters be heard.
  2. You don't need 12 more reasons.
  3. Go vote before 17.00
  4. Not sure which party to vote for?
  5. Use the compass
  6. Let's increase the turnout rate above 21%
  7. Go vote!

Hey all!

As mentioned, you have until 17.00 to vote for the university and faculty council elections! It's really cool, and you won't believe how much dopamine you get out of pressing the 'vote' button. It's great.

Just yesterday we had Cover's Career Day! The lectures I went to were super interesting, but my favourite part was chatting with the company representatives in the Info Market. Big thanks to ComExA for organising! If you attended and have feedback to give, fill in the feedback form.

Next week, we have a photo hunt coming up, that will run from the 24th until the 30th of May! Grab your phones or cameras and try to spot where the target images were taken!

The week will close with a GameJam, organised in collaboration with FairPlay and Glitch. Come make some cool games, and win an awesome prize! There is still time to sign up! What are you waiting for?

The usual wave of study support sessions is also coming, so keep an eye out for the challenging courses that you might need help for!



We want you to be in a committee!

A committee is a group of friends that work towards a common goal. You can learn about all sorts of topics such as budgeting, planning, sponsoring, and much more! See the website for a complete overview of committees that are looking for members!

Nice to know

The FSE Radio is recruiting!: Do you have experience in journalism? Do you enjoy talking to students or staff in our faculty? Do you like your voice to be heard? Are you eager to exploit your ideas? Or do you just want to be part of an exciting new adventure with a team? Then the FSE radio might be something for you! We are looking for 5 dedicated students to be a part of the FSE radio’s main team on a voluntary basis (unpaid job). You can find more information in the position description page.

AI - COVID-19 Hackathon: Wake up your inner hacker! From June 24th - 27th, we are empowering the Artificial Intelligence and Medical community of the Netherlands to hack the COVID-19 crisis together and to advise Dutch policy makers. Find out more on the AIHack Covid website

AI/CS Information Team Position: Do you enjoy studying AI/CS and do you want to make prospective students excited about your programme? Then this is just the job for you! As a Student Assistant you are involved in the prospective students' process from being interested in studying AI/CS to actually enrolling in the programme. As a current student, you can bring your perspective to the table, which is greatly appreciated by prospective students, because there is no one who knows the programme better. Check the positions for Computing Science and Artificial Intelligence now!

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