Photographer:Fotograaf: Joey Roberts
MAASTRICHT. Sun, music by the Tuna guys, drinks, and a brand-new issue of Mosaïek, otherwise known as the interdisciplinary cultural magazine of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, which seemed to be defunct for a while, but has now been restored to life by a group of students. The first copy was presented to dean Sophie Vanhoonacker during the End-of-Year Event last Tuesday. Others could purchase it for 2.50 euro. Lecturer René Gabriëls did so immediately. He was promptly addressed by a proud student, who told him that the article he wrote - And the winner is – multiculturalism? - was inspired by Gabriëls' lectures. Which, by the way, have not yet come to an end, even though the name of the student event held in the faculty's garden - the End-of-Year Event - could have led one to assume otherwise.
While a little further along, students from the sustainable and non-profit We Festival created ashtrays from beer cans, Vanhoonacker also received a printed version of The Crocodile, a platform with articles about politics and society for and by students (most authors are from FASoS) who fully support the European Union.