A new life to an old city neighbourhood

The Harbour Area of Duisburg has been transformed from an industrial hub to a place of art and culture. By: Vivian Soares and Simon Hoffmann Petersen [caption id="attachment_5995" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Legoland Discovery Center is one…

A Union with cuffed hands

Recent conflicts in Syria and Gaza raise questions among public opinion about why the EU keeps using soft power instead of acting to put an end to the killing of innocents. The union seems to…

Destination Europe

  Which sounds more appealing? Eating a scrumptious Nutella smothered waffle topped with strawberries and whipped cream while staring at a 2-foot statue of a boy peeing or sitting in the Commission Building during a…

The EU through the eyes of a MEP

Even though they are similar in many ways; both are young women from Scandinavian countries, Emilie Turunen and Amelia Andersdotter have very different experiences of the EU. But they agree on one thing; the EU fails…

Rooftop farming in autumn sun

By Elin Larsson & Agnete Vestergaard-Kristensen   Rotterdam may not be seen as one of the greener cities in The Netherlands. Skyscrapers and modern architecture are often perceived as a lack of nature. And in…

Rotterdam – pleasantly insane

By Alejandro Izquierdo and Morten Refsgaard If you like the cosiness of Amsterdam or Utrecht with their cafés, canals and cathedrals, Rotterdam might not be the place for you. Rotterdam is like Amsterdam’s eccentric little…