So many holidays!
Now that Easter and kingsday are over, and liberation day is coming up, I hope everyone has had a great time celebrating some holidays and thus enjoyed some free days!
New weeks also mean new Cover events! We once again have a lot of fun in store for you.
Starting with a Chess Tournament that will span the entire week. Together with our lovely brother association FMF we are going to have a week filled with chess, that will either help you become better or give you the opportunity to show off all your chess skills. So make sure to participate!
On Tuesday the IlluminaTee and the popMyCorn club will be organizing a movie night. The movie Her will be watched, accompanied by some free snacks. Afterwards you will get to enjoy a discussion about any and all of the themes discussed in the movie. So join for a very chill yet educational night!
On Saturday, the first edition of the Groningen Algorithm Programming Competition will take place. At the GAPC, students from the RUG and the Hanze will work in teams to solve a set of problems. The team that solves the most problems within the time limits will take home the RUG cup! Anyone who wants to can participate, so sign up now!
The week after is one to already put down in your calendar, as it will feature a DUO inhouse day, a big gala, and a LAN. More info about any of these events can be found in the agenda!
That was it again for this newsletter! I hope everyone has a great weekend, and I will see y'all again next week!
Hasta la vista,
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