Posted on: June 15, 2020 Posted by: Ahana Majumdar Comments: 0

#BLM In Amsterdam: A Closer Look

#BLM in Amsterdam: A Closer Look By Ahana Majumdar | June 14, 2020 Photo by Charley Rousset   As 2020 unfolds, we are faced with many challenges and gaps in our public health and socio-political atmospheres. Although some predicaments such as the COVID-19 pandemic were unforeseen, others like systemic racism have been seen for generations. How is it that we can celebrate milestones in science, technology and medicine, yet ignore the lack…

Posted on: June 4, 2020 Posted by: Charley Rousset Comments: 0

Solidarity Protest Against Anti-Black Racism and Violence at Dam Square

Solidarity Protest Against Anti-Black Racism and Violence at Dam Square  By CHARLEY ROUSSET | June 4, 2020 All photos were taken by Charley Rousset on the 1st of June 2020 at Dam Square.  Cover photo: Protesters standing in front of the National Monument; a sign refers to the death of George Floyd.  The protest on June 1 against anti-black violence is thought to have gathered more than 5000 people at…

Posted on: May 20, 2020 Posted by: Sebastian Hegmar Comments: 0

What’s the Deal With Argentinean Steakhouses in Amsterdam?

What’s the Deal With Argentinean Steakhouses in Amsterdam? By SEBASTIAN HEGMAR | May 20, 2020 Cover photo by Kira Guehring / The Amsterdammer As I strolled around Amsterdam during my first few days in the city, I couldn’t help but notice a strange pattern. Around every corner there seemed to be at least one Argentinean steakhouse covered in goatskin with a massive neon-lit bull staring intensely into my soul. All of the…

Posted on: May 20, 2020 Posted by: Lucia Masip Comments: 0

These Big Companies Have Revealed Their Secret Recipes and We Aren’t Complaining

These Big Companies Have Revealed Their Secret Recipes and We Aren’t Complaining By LUCIA MASIP | May 20, 2020 Cover photo by @ray_zorsharp retrieved from @the.magazine.ams As you have probably seen by now, there have been multiple companies revealing their long-lusted recipes to the public. It is undoubtedly a marketing strategy to remain relevant, while many businesses are forced to remain closed during COVID-19. We have fallen into the trap, and…

Posted on: May 20, 2020 Posted by: Stephanie Bui Comments: 0

Why “Some Good News with John Krasinki” is the Internet’s Silver Lining in Quarantine

Why “Some Good News with John Krasinki” is the Internet’s Silver Lining in Quarantine By QUYNH (STEPHANIE) BUI | May 20, 2020 Cover photo courtesy of  “Some Good News” via NewscastStudio  The Internet has submerged itself into a plethora of entertainment options, and for good reasons. From the disturbing docuseries Tiger King to its polar opposite, the anthropomorphic game Animal Crossing: New Horizons– these are all designed to distract us from the inconvenient…

Posted on: May 20, 2020 Posted by: Linh Nguyen Comments: 0

3 Creative Ways to Have a Photoshoot in Quarantine

3 Creative Ways to Have a Photoshoot in Quarantine By LINH NGUYEN | May 20, 2020 Cover photo by Laura Chouette on Unsplash Since the first COVID-19 case hit the Netherlands about three months ago, government regulations have been implemented with the intention to keep people in their homes as much as possible.  For many, these past three months have been challenging. It is a time of wearing sweatpants around the clock,…