Skills Sharing Blog: BloggedUP
What are your tips and tricks studying at home? How to you plan your time and structure your day to be productive these days?
We are currently busy creating a blog with all the faculty’s study associations, where students, teachers and staff can share their tips. This way we want to create a knowledge platform where best practices can be exchanged.
If you would like to contribute, please send your text to firstname.lastname@example.org. The text should be around 150-200 words. If you would like you can also send a picture that can accompany the text.
Should you have any other questions, feel free email or text us!
Are you able to take on a challenge? You can soon apply for the Brussels committee! Being part of the Brussels committee, you get the opportunity to organise a two-day excursion to the heart of the European Union in November for your fellow SPIL’ers to join. You will be responsible for the whole trip from start to finish including the transport, the stay, the program and the promotion of the excursion. You will work together and organise relevant and interesting formal meetings. You will finish your time as a committee member with a fantastic trip to Brussels. If you have any questions regarding this committee please send an e-mail to email@example.com!
In two weeks, the applications for the Lustrum committee will open! Are you ready to take a seat in an amazing committee that will organize a series of unforgettable events in honor of the 8th Lustrum? Then this is your chance! After you have applied you will be asked to submit a letter of motivation which does not exceed two pages and in which you at least include:
– A little bit about yourself
– If you would want a position as chair, secretary or treasurer and motivation for this
– Why you want to be a part of the lustrum committee
– Why you would be a good committee member
– An original idea for a lustrum activity
The Lustrum committee is an exceptional committee; it only happens every 5 years and it has a little bit of everything in it. The activities can range from debates to parties, from a cantus to lectures, and so on! If you have any questions concerning this committee or the application procedure, please do not hesitate to send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org!
Weekly Instagram Games with Noor
Every week on Tuesday evenings there will be online games via an Instagram Live! Best part of it all, you can win points for the committee cup and make your SPIL experience more memorable! Tune in every Tuesday during this long and hopefully not so boring quarantine. 🎲
Weekly Online Borrel
We miss our monthly borrels in Leiden and The Hague, but it can be just as fun from your couch! Make sure you have some drinks in stock and join every Thursday to chat with your fellow SPIL’ers. 🥂
Online Debate: Obligatory Military Service
Hopefully everyone is staying safe indoors and has not reached the point of complete boredom yet! Starting Saturday the 28th at 2pm will be a debate on Obligatory Military Service. It will take place on Kialo, however a link to the debate will be placed here. You can add your opinions and thoughts on the topic and see what others have to say! Don’t worry there will be no video or recording on the website. 📒
Join us March 30th for a visit to the ICJ, the peace palace here in The Hague. The event will start at 10 and will finish about 11.30. There are a limited amount of spots available so sign up now! You can do that here.
Public Speaking Workshop
If you would like to improve your public speaking skills and finally work on overcoming your fear and anxiety of speaking in front of a large group of people, then come to our next workshop that we have organized in collaboration with Leiden MUN Society! It will take place Thursday the 12th of March from 16-18 in Leiden (FSW, SA07).
Master Meet and Greet
MASTER MEET & GREET: FOR BOTH DUTCH AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS!
Get to know your potential employers! On Wednesday 11 March from 14:00 – 16:00 B.I.L. and SPIL partner up with different organizations to introduce you to several firms that could help you to take the first step in your career.
There will be various private and public organizations present that give you the opportunity to get to know them better! So, if you are interested in getting a job or just want to network with employers drop by at the Wijnhaven Brasserie!
Come party with all the faculties from the university on March 11!I It’s going to be a fun evening. Tickets are €8,- and you can get them by transferring this amount to SPIL NL61ABNA0429270828. Please fill in both your full name and ‘INFAFE’ in the description. IMPORTANT: Once you have payed you will need to pick up a wristband from the common room or you cannot enter the party!
PiP Congress 2020
The significance nuclear weapons have had since their invention can barely be overstated. Nuclear weapons have had a central role from the end of WWII, through the cold war, up to now. And so we decided to take nuclear proliferation as this year’s subject for the PiP Congress! At the congress, you will be welcomed with four qualified speakers, providing lectures about the subject, a panel where you can go into conversation with the lecturers, a free lunch and drinks afterwards!
The congress will take place on March 5th and tickets are €7.50.
SPIL Weekend 2020
Last night the SPIL Weekend destination was revealed and we are going to TEXEL!! It’s a cute, typical Dutch island very north. The weekend is open to all SPIL’ers so don’t hesitate to sign up March 16th at 12.00 at spilplaats.nl. The trip is May 1-3 and will cost you €63 which includes transport to and from the island. Mark your calendar and we hope to see you there!!