Speed bumps have been put in place for buses heading towards zernike due to the increasing amount of traffic in the area. This measure will prevent bus driver from turning the roads into race tracks just because they have to arrive at a scheduled time.
Hanze University should consider giving international students a bit more information in English. Students have decided to take matters into their own hands and start a one-stop-shop information website 8.10 in the morning. Monica Lenaz arrives at the Hanze a bit earlier than usual to print out a paper that she wrote the night before for today’s class at half past eight. She walks into a computer room on the first floor and plugs in her USB. Ten minutes later, the 20-yearold Italian exchange student is still struggling to print out the paper. It’s not because she has never used [...]
Hanze Racing Division ‘The project really is our little baby’ Driving a racing car is not a piece of cake. Building the car yourself might be even harder. But, the Hanze Racing Division (HARD) is not afraid to face the challenge. Their dream is to compete in the Formula Student, an international car design and engineering contest for students. It all started when a few engineering students from Hanze University visited a racing track in Germany. When they got to see the frame of a racing car they were sold. They started designing their own car from scratch with the [...]
Thursday morning 2 December the Hanze University at Zernike was the scene of something spectacular. Police, firemen and security/medical helpers formed a big part of the crowd, usually containing of students. Red and white tape secured an area around the Technical Building feeding the passing students curiosity. For a long time it was uncertain what exactly went down in the Technical Building and rumours started to spread the campus. Some people talked of a gas leak, others heard that there was a dangerous chemical substance leaking in the building. Steffy Praamstra, spokesperson for the Hanze University, explains what really went [...]