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Halfway done with exams!

In the midst of the exam weeks, we have found some time to celebrate the AI lustrum, by coming together to listen to some interesting talks and discussions on the future of AI. Besides this, it has been a quiet time, with everyone focused on studying and getting through the next weeks.

But don't be afraid, while next week will still be a quiet one we have some great activities organised for you after all the exams are finally done!

For now, I wish you all the best for your remaining exams!

Auf Wiedersehen, Jellybean!

Tabea <3

We want you to be in a committee!

⚠️ Here is a cool thingy for our new members: Ever heard of 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!

We're going on a trip! In our favorite rocket ship! Not quite actually, but we are going on a trip! Cover does an excursion every year and you can be part of the organisation behind it! If you like travelling and want to share that experience with other people, ExCee is the committee for you. ExCee has a lot of freedom in what they organise, where they go, and what they do there. As well as a trip to a foreign place, you will also plan a visit to a fascinating company or another educational experience! Join ExCee to make a great excursion for all Cover members.

Do you want to learn how to make and maintain a website and other digital infrastructure? AC/DCee is the committee for you. Whether you already know a lot about web development or want to learn about it, this committee is interesting for everyone. Do you want the tasks of fixing bugs, redesigning some of the webpage, or undertaking a project to further Cover's digital infrastructure, you can do it all in AC/DCee!

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

Nice to know

Tiny Guitar

If someone asked you how big you think the smallest functioning guitar is, would your answer be approximately the size of a human blood cell? Probably not. However, such a guitar does exist. It was created by researchers at Cornell University out of crystalline silicon. The guitar has six strings, each of which is about 50 nanometers wide. The entire structure is about 10 micrometers long, about the size of a single cell.

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