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Blown away!

Hi everyone!

This week's newsletter is written while accompanied by the sounds of stormy winds blowing outside. I hope everyone survived this hectic weather and is cosy at home!

Next week will bring a lot of fun with it, starting us off with The 2nd Social! In case you missed the first social this month, and to celebrate the once in a century palindrome date, this special social will be held. As always the first 100 drinks are free, but like the olden days signing up is not necessary! So make sure to be there!

On the third of March another RDW Self Driving Challenge will take place! At the challenge, two teams will compete to program the best functioning self-driving car. This year, as a twist, the cars will be built of Lego!

Meanwhile, it is still possible to sign up for the Green Working Group! This group will help us reach some sustainable goals, and gives you the opportunity to not only organise fun events with friends, but also be environmentally conscious while doing so!

Lastly, I would like to let everyone know that we are changing up the way mugs in the Cover room work! We will be getting rid of the old borrowing system, and will instead be giving everyone their own personal mug that they can use however they want. In order to personalize these mugs, you can now request a name to be printed on a mug, which will then be yours! Make sure to do so before it is too late!

And that is the end of the newsletter! It surely did fly by, don't you think so? But time also flies, so I will be back with a new newsletter next week before you'll even have realised it!

Hasta la vista,


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!

YearbookCee: Every year, the YearbookCee creates and releases a yearbook that documents and highlights all the highs and lows of one year. It is a fun and creative process, with a very tangable end result. Join it if you want to be part of this process!

StudCee: The StudCee is here to provide study support! Either by organizing support lectures, hosting old exams and summaries online, or maintaining an awesome tutoring system, they try to give students that little extra edge on a more personal level, and make sure to have fun in the process.

SporTee: The goal of the SporTee is to keep the members of Cover in shape by organising sporty and fun activities. Things like bouldering, karting, and ice skating are all among the fun activities they have organised!

Are you interested in joining a committee? Don't hesitate to contact Zoe, our Commissioner of Internal Affairs!

Nice to know

Between 1912 and 1952 painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, and music were part of the Olympics, meaning you could win a medal for doing competative art.

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