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I am back! Did you miss me? Probably not a lot, with what a great job Richard did. Looking ahead, the week is rather calm - or so it seems - because the exam season is slowly creeping up.

On Monday we are having our last Board Interest Activities coming up. In the afternoon, we will have another Open BM. Feel free to drop by between 13:30 and 16:00 if you are curious what we are doing behind closed doors (you don't have to be there the entire time). You are welcome to join, even if you are not interested in doing a board year.

But this is not all! In the evening we will be having Dinner with the Board at Lust. Next to having the opportunity to ask us all the questions you want, you will also be able to eat to your heart's content.

If you cannot make it or still have questions, don't worry, we will be happy to answer them, even after Monday. Just find us in the room, drop us a text/email or invite us for a coffee/tee/etc. (the drink will be on us). Don't want to talk to us? Old board members are often also happy to answer your questions about a board year and share their experiences.

Next to this, there are a couple Study Support Lectures coming up this week. On Monday you can get support for the Signals and Systems Re-sit. The Computer Graphics lecture is on Wendnesday, and so is General Linguistics. Happy Studying:)

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!

Are you into robotics? Have you worked with Arduinos, Raspberry Pis, or microcontrollers before? The CircutRee is the committee for you! This is an up-and-coming committee focused on educating our members about topics surrounding hardware, including talks, workshops, and practicals (you don't have to give these yourself). Join them if you would like to play a part in forming this new committee!

Do you like to code? Alternatively, do you like to watch others code? In October, Cover will be hosting the BeNeLux Algorithmic Programming Competition (BAPC), which is an international competitive coding event. Due to the large size of this event, we are forming the dedicated committee BAPCee to organize and coordinate it. Join now if you want to seize this rare opportunity for international impact!

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

Nice to know

The Dutch Student Jazz Orchestra

32 students from all over the country are putting on a banging show on 29 March at Simplon in Groningen! Together with singer Michelle David and conductor Jasper Staps, they will show virtuoso runs, thick sounds and delicious grooves where standing still is not an option. The theme 'Club Fusion' focuses on jazz fusion, but the NSJO also fuses well-known hits with new genres. So: fancy dancing to live music?

The show is on 29 March at 21:15 in Simplon in Groningen. Ticket sales and more info can be found on Simplon's website or on NSJO's instagram. For students, tickets are only €12.00.

Penguin Poop

Penguins poop every 20 minutes. That's it. That's the fact.

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