Posted on: April 19, 2018 Posted by: Rodrigo Muñoz Comments: 0

Van Gogh Museum, Life through Vincent’s Eyes

It is rare to find a museum dedicated to a single artist. It is a risky proposal, as it is common to see the best paintings in the history of art displayed in distinct countries, distributed to travel around the world. The Van Gogh Museum, built in 1973, is the place where all the story about the famed Dutch painter lies. You can argue that his most significant work is not…

Posted on: April 19, 2018 Posted by: Nevena Vra?ar Comments: 0

The illusion of choice: The sorrows of being an international student that no one talks about

Being an international student has a certain appeal due to the array of possibilities, the broad perspective it offers, and the infinite choices you are free to make once you move. You take your life into your own hands, you choose a different experience that you think is somehow better than what you had at home. “You will grow up much faster abroad than if you would have stayed at home”…

Posted on: April 17, 2018 Posted by: Mariana Castañeda Comments: 1

Catalan Protesters Demand Release of Political Prisoners in Amsterdam

Around 60 people gathered in Amsterdam’s city center on Saturday afternoon to protest against Catalan political prisoners in Spain. The demonstration took place one day before a massive protest in Barcelona, where around 300’000 people marched against the imprisonment of Catalan separatist leaders and exiled politicians, according to The New York Times. Saturday’s demonstration in Dam Square was organized by the Catalan Assembly (ANC) and the International Socialists (IS). This was one…