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Exams are done!

Hello everyone!

Exams are over! Which, means it is time to celebrate with all types of fun events. This is what we've got coming up for y'all.

First up, you can now apply for Board XXXI! If you want to do a year of self development while driving the association forwards, learning leadership skills, and meet other students and boards, you should apply for a board year! You can apply until the 29th of April at 23:59 by sending your CV and a motivational letter to Over the next few weeks we will also be hosting some events to give you more information about what a board year entails.

Then on Wednesday, we start of the day with a Student-Staff Coffee Morning. This is a chance to start off your day both by enjoying some coffee and snacks, as well as by having some good conversations with various staff members. We hope to see you there!

That same day, there will be a General Assembly. Duting this GA we will discuss what we have been up to in the past half year, as well as look at the revised budget. It is important that as many members as possible join, so be there!

Then after the GA we will have a social with a kingsday theme. Celebrate the end of exams and our king's birthday with us by putting omn your best orange outfit!

After that, it is once again time for the Alphabet Party to take place. The Alphabet Party is a yearly party organised by a a bunch of different study associations, where they all get together and have a good time with everyone. Tickets are only 2.50, and the letter for this year is 'g', so dress up as a goose, ghost, or gladiator (or anything else that starts with a g) and join us at the party!

That was it again for this newsletter, best of luck with the exams and I will talk to you again in the next newsletter!

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!

LCDee: The LANs, Computers and Drinking committee is the committee responsible for organizing the yearly LAN parties, fun gaming tournaments, and the Crash & Compile, which is a programming competition involving a lot of free beer. Next to that they also moderate the Cover Discord.

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!

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