Crazy & Chaotic Christmas Cradle

Have you always wanted to know what AEGEE is about? What kind of trips we maken and what kind of people proudly call themselves AEGEE’ers? Take your chance and join us for the Crazy & Chaotic Christmas Cradle to Keulen en Aachen! From the 30th of November till the 2nd of December we will visit the Christmas markets, explore the city and of course enjoy a delicious cup of Glühwein or punch. A perfect weekend trip for €65,- (non-members €75,-)
The form will close at the 4th of November!
https://goo.gl/forms/UNPoULnF5sqY8d603

We hope to see you soon!

Love, Radix
– Res, non verba –

PaReis

In the weekend from 12- 14 October the first Hitchhiking trip of the year took place. It was the PaReis that enjoyed the beautiful weather and good company in Paris. Everyone managed to arrive within a day and on the way back also arrived safely at Delft. We savoured baguettes, wine and the company of AEGEE-Paris!
A wonderful first hitchhiking weekend and we are looking forward to our upcoming trips!

Love, Radix
– Res, non verba –

Introduction period

Last month the introduction period took place for all new and old members of AEGEE-Delft. A period where the first social drinks were discovered and the new and old members met each other. A month full of activities from i.a. a smoothie tasting from Quetzal-Delft, a black light party organised by t Collectief and an epic introduction weekend with a ‘battle of the groups’ of which ‘Poland’ was the big winner! The board had enjoyed it. So, hereby a photo impression 🙂

Love, Radix
– Res, non verba –

 

OWee 2018

Do you like to travel? Would you like to explore Europa without spending that hard-earned money from that stupid summer job of the last two years? Would you like to be received by a friendly local in every major European city, and to be guided by that local? At AEGEE you will be at the right place.

Within Delft, AEGEE(Association des États Généraux des Etudiants de l’Europe) is one of the smaller student associations. But actually AEGEE is part of the biggest European student network that stretches from Turkey to Norway, from the Canary Islands to Russia. All together, we have 13.000 adventurous members with open-minded characters in about 200 university cities. We are all students who like to travel through Europe, and are open to meet other students of all sorts.

Would you like to know more about AEGEE-Delft or AEGEE in general, click here or here!

Are you already convinced that you will feel home at AEGEE, or are you just curious on what AEGEE has to offer? Check our program during the OWee here and come around for one of our activities! Also, keep tabs on our Facebook page for events and photo’s, and follow our Insta-story for the somewhat less professional photo’s!

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(Nederlands) Sine Regno bestuur “Quasi”

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New Year’s Events

This year, two of our member’s went to a New Year’s Event organised by another AEGEE local.
Q: What is a New Year’s Event (NYE)?
A: A NYE is an European Event orginised by an AEGEE local which every AEGEE member can join, you have to give some info and write a small motivation. The event is around New Year’s Eve which you will celebrate there as well. This year we had 10(!) options:
– Meanwhile in Siberia (AEGEE-Moskva & AEGEE-Tyumen)
– Midnight Kissing in Paris (AEGEE-Paris)
– New Year STATE of Mind (AEGEE-Bucharest)
– Queer up your new Year (AEGEE-Utrecht)
– Winter is NOT coming to paradise (AEGEE-Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)
– Grab life by the uiers! (AEGEE-Leiden)
– 3,2,1 This winter madness can’t be outdone (AEGEE-Novi Sad)
– Winter wonderland, magic you will find in BudaPécs (AEGEE-Budapest & AEGEE-Pécs)
– AC/TC (AEGEE-Kyiv)
– Slopes: Winter’s playground (AEGEE-Maribor)

Our two members which attended a NYE will now talk about it in some sentences:

Balaji, Queer up your new Year (AEGEE-Utrecht):

Feeding the Brain with the knowledge on LGBT Rights and combining with parties that drains the
last bit of our energy was a wonderful way to start the New year 2018. “Queer up your New year
2018 by AEGEE-Utrecht was well organised with fine work, excellent planning and realistic
scheduling to provide a pleasant time for the participants during the event. The event started with a
city tour then visiting museums and Dom tower helped us to understand the glimpse of Dutch
culture & Architecture. The event was also packed with unique activities such as partying in a Gay
bar, silent disco (most catchy activity of the event ), watching a movie “Die mitte der welt” (about a
gay love story ) and taking a dive in the North sea to celebrate the New year in a Dutch way. I
believe that LGBT discussion session in the event had made a huge impact on participants by
shattering our stereotypical view on LGBT community and educating about bringing the awareness
on the rights that have been denied to this community in various part of the world. Finally Kudos to
all the organisers for consigning such a wonderful experience and I would highly recommend this
event for all AEGEEans to queer up your next New year.

Jeroen, Midnight Kissing in Paris (AEGEE-Paris):

If the group is great, then there is nothing that can turn an event into a bad event, but if the group is fantastic, the programme is great, and the organisers and helpers are the best, then the event is one to never forget!
NYE Paris was the best European Event I’ve ever had, let me tell you why.
Paris is a huge city, and we could fill the whole 5 days with city tours, which we didn’t. The Organisers&helpers showed us all the great places of Paris: Montmartre, Moulin Rouge, Notre Dame, Louvre, La tour Eiffel and Lafayette.
Apart from the city tours we had the chance to taste the french cuisine, some of which were made by the organisers themselves, we learned the French slang words for hello, girlfriend, boyfriend, brother, sister and more. We had a workshop “how to flirt like a Parisian” and we had many objectives and tasks which we had to fulfill during the week. In the evenings I’ve seen the most diverse parties ever in just one event. From clubs to underground scene concerts, from boat parties at New Year’s Eve to the European Night, everything was there. Big hugs and midnight kisses to all the wonderful people of NYE Paris, you were the best <3

Leuven is life (November travel)

It was the end of November, the weatherman told us that it would be a dreadful weekend with a lot of rain. Of course we did not back down from our adventure! We went with a total of 23 lovely AEGEEans to the gorgeous city of Leuven. On friday we devided ourselves in two groups, one of the groups started a bit earlier because they didn’t have any lectures in the afternoon. They Sterted around 14:00 from Delft while the other group started at 17:30. The afternoon group already picked up a bag of flemish fries to taste the locals’ specialty. That night we ate at a great restaurant called “Tibetan Palace”. That night we went out for our first small pubcrawl were we visited at least “de Giraf” and “Barvista”, well-known amongst locals.

On saturday morning we had a city-tour scheduled with our friends from AEGEE-Leuven, we started the tour around 11:00. After the city tour most of us flocked to the café’s for a nice hot chocolate to warm up after being outdoors in the cold for a couple of hours. In the afternoon we went to the Artois brewery in Leuven, a gigantic brewery which brews many types of beers. After the brewery tour we could taste one of their beers as well! After the brewery we fell into smaller groups who each went for a perfect place to have dinner. After the dinner we rejoined with each other and the people from AEGEE-Leuven to celebrate ou last evening in Leuven in the clubs.

On sunday there was no programme and most of us went home directly after checking out of the hostel, some of which went to Antwerp, which was on the way home and some of us wanted to see. In the end this was an awesomejourney which will stay in my memories for quite some time. I hope the next travel will have at least as much people!

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By Lars van Roemburg, freely translated to English by Jeroen Roseboom

(Nederlands) De liftreis naar Leipzig

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Cowsino

After the tremendous success of the first Cowsino, the #DoeKoeCom invites you to the second Cowsino! On thursday evening the 28th of september, the Cowsino opens its doors at the Hangout for an oldfashioned night of poker, blackjack, various card games and an open bar with cocktails! Do you want to take home all the cool DoeKoePrizes or are you just looking for some Cowality time at the open bar? Subscribe through the link below and don’t forget to wear your smoking or that pretty dress.

The entree is €22,50 (non-members €25) and for this prize yu will get:
– the entree, chips are inclusive
– Open bar (Includes cocktails, shots and everything on the menu!)
– some small bites
– The chance to win great prizes!

Subscribe here quickly, the tickets are limited!

Hitchhiking trip to Prague!

As a member of AEGEE and a student, you have certain principles. For example, when you have a long weekend, you want to take a trip but you don’t want to pay any money. Without needing complex mathematics, this results in an amazing hitchhiking weekend to Prague!
8 adventurous members travelled 920 kilometer in 1,5 day on average to get to the hostel. This hostel unfortunately had no swimming pool, private bathroom and garden kitchen, but was for the price we payed, pretty good. On the first day in Prague, we did a long city tour of four hours during which we saw most of the city. After dinner we had planned to do a pubcrawl. But this was not any pubcrawl, it was the Mother of all pubcrawls where you had unlimited drinks for 1 hour, then visited 3 bars and ended the night in a club with five floors.
A little hung over, we started the next morning with breakfast in a restaurant where the waiters were just as sour as the fresh orange juice. After that we visited a toy store with a slide from the second to the first floor, a carousel and a huge Ironman statue. Not every one wanted to play so half of the group went to see a synagoge. The rest of the day we didn’t do too much and went to find the traditional soup-in-bread dish. We found a restaurant that served this amazing dish and on top of that the waiter brought us all kinds of free dishes. During the night we played a hilarious card game named “Mau” with one of the locals. It was an amazing hitchhiking trip!