Monthly Archives: July 2012

Call Me Maybe – DEVCOM Version

This video was made by students of my department for the General Assembly we had last July 14. Well, we were not the first ones to have done this because so many people have made similar videos with the same … Continue reading

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Retreat

“What am I that you should love me and hold me as your dearest love of all?” This line from a song sets the context of my retreat. Every year, my university, being a Catholic and Jesuit University, requires/invites all … Continue reading

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My (Crazy) EMA World

To show you how much fun I had at the EMA-GA in Prague last month, check out this video. Please finish watching it until the end and you’ll see! 🙂 Thanks to Matthew and Sayalee (Communications Team members) for the … Continue reading

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RNTC Revisited

I am a proud alumna of RNTC and I have fond memories of my stay there. When I visited last June 29, the happy memories came back. As it is summer in Holland, almost everyone was on holidays and only … Continue reading

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Aarhus

In between my trips to Prague and Amsterdam, I visited Aarhus. This Danish city will always have a special place in my heart. 🙂 When I got there for the first time in September of 2005, the weather was not … Continue reading

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Amsterdam/Utrecht

Amsterdam – the first European city I visited. It was spring 2004. I was a trainee at the Radio Nederland Training Centre (RNTC), along with ten other participants from Africa, Asia and Armenia. As it was my first time, I … Continue reading

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Europe, again!

Prague When I was studying in Europe, I have always heard that one of the most beautiful cities to visit is Prague in the Czech Republic. Some friends have recommended it but for some reason, I was not able to … Continue reading

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