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Almost done with exams!

As the end of the block nears, students across campus can be seen with their heads buried in textbooks, laptops, and highlighters. It's exam weeks, and everyone is feeling the pressure.

But there's light at the end of the tunnel! In just a week, you will be done with exams and can finally enjoy some well-deserved rest.

It is a quiet week ahead, but the RoomCee never ceases to organise the weekly Thursday Afternoon Drinks (TADs). You can still come in the room on Thursday at 16:00 for a free drink and a nice chat!

We hope you had a very spooky Halloween, that the trick or treat was productive and that you have a nice week ahead! We will see you again with more activities after the beginning of the next block!


Candy Signature

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!

๐Ÿ’ผ SympoCee is the committee that organizes the Cover Symposium every year. The symposium is a one day event with an interesting and study-related subject. For example, our last symposium's theme was A.R.T. in AI.

๐ŸŽ‚ LustrumCee is the committee that organises the Cover Lustrum, every 5 years. Next year in September, Cover will turn 30 and for that we need a committee to organise a week of celebration. The theme of the last lustrum was Hello world! During this week they organized all kinds of activities, from a symposium to an Intergalactic Gala!

๐Ÿ’ก IlluminaTee organises educational events that go beyond the degree programmes of AI, CS and CSS. The committee supports the Commissioner of Educational Affairs and organises events such as CoverTalks and bootcamps.

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

Nice to know

Did you know? Trick-or-treating has existed since medieval times.

Taking candy from strangers on one night a year (and one night only!) isn't a new tradition. Back then, it was known as "guising" in Scotland and Ireland. Young people dressed up in costumes and went door-to-door looking for food or money in exchange for songs, poems or other "tricks" they performed. Today, the tradition has morphed into children to getting dressed up and asking for candy. Hardly anyone performs for their candy these days โ€” but a simple "thank you" will go a long way.

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