PPE Community: The Extracurricular Programme

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  • Walking the streets of our beloved Utrecht late at night, one can come across an array of characters. Often there are people who based on observation, can recognise are having a difficult time, and living on the street. Unfortunately, our reactions towards them can very on our own moods, at…
  • The ridges of the Californian mountains blend into the velvet of the sun as the day comes to a close, “Witchy Woman” by the Eagles plays through the speakers of your beat-up car. A guitar lays in the backseat and the man you are hopelessly in love with stares back…
  • The world has turned upside down. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the whole  globe and immediately became an entrenched part of our entire lives. Its consequences are enormous and increasingly evident on multiple levels. We hear about the economy is in a severe recession. We see international relations being challenged.…
  • Science historians are shifting away from the traditional view of science as inherently true and progressive, and towards a newer model which is more inclusive of the many “invisible technicians” who make the production and dissemination of scientific facts possible.1 The changes to scientific historiography are partly the result of…
  • It has now been three weeks since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In response to the crisis, leaders across the Western World have condemned this reckless action, with some working on efforts to cut ties with Russia and support Ukraine. When I mention leaders, I am not just talking about…