20/03 Laughter Workshop: Laugh Your Stress Away
Did you know that laughing is a pretty good workout, that it improves your looks, that it decreases your stress level and that it simply makes you feel more happy? Stop stressing and start laughing! Enrol for our laughter workshop on the International Day of Happiness on 20 March.
21/03 Lecture: Life Skills: Taxes
It’s nearly that dreaded time of year again: taxes are due! Get free advice from AAme accounting and tax advisors and ask those confusing questions to a trust-ed professional.
25/03 Paper Plane Competition
Test your creativity, imagination and skills in this Red Bull paper plane tournament. Show us your flying competence in one of the two (or both) competitions: Longest Distance or Longest Airtime. The winner(s) of the disciplines qualify for the global finals! Will you become king of the air?
26/03 Agree to Disagree with Akwasi & Ruben Mersch
Why is it that some differences of opinion lead to clashes and reason is often lost? There is a kind of emptiness at the core of our polarised public debate. You’re invited to this interactive lecture with philosopher and biologist Ruben Mersch and creative all-rounder Akwasi, where you’ll be encouraged to rekindle the flame of democracy.
29/03 Workshop Beer Brewing
Water, hops, yeast and grains. Consumed by the litre, these four simple ingredients make arguably one of the world’s oldest and most popular beverages: beer! Join the team of Dispuut Water & Environment and S.A. LIFE as they teach you how to brew beer with waste water.
26/03 Interactive lecture: Agree to Disagree – Akwasi & Ruben Mersch
Whether the subject is the safety of pesticides, #metoo or the color of skin of the help of Sinterklaas: why do there often arise two sides who both are convinced to be in their right? On 26 March, X organises an interactive lecture: ‘Agree to Disagree’ with creative allrounder Akwasi (you might know him of DWDD) and philosopher and biologist Ruben Mersch. Whether you’re an employee or a student, everyone gets confronted with the polarisation of our society, the topic of this evening.
Elective MSc. Course in Art, Empathy and Ethics at X
Starting in the third quarter, 20 students are participating in an elective course; Arts, Empathy and Ethics. They are invited to experience and produce an art project around an ethical or societal problem related to the design and use of technology. Under the supervision of two artists, Thijs Biersteker and Frank Auperlé (both also teachers at X, Climbing and ACTlab project Watchtowers), the students will be better prepared to participate in the emotional-moral debate that is always associated to new technologies.
Highlight: Bryan Lusse
This month TU Delft student and elite athlete Bryan Lusse is in the spotlight. Read about his preparation for the European under 21 Championships and goals in karate, here.