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Meet Les Anciens

Meet Les Anciens

By | May 7, 2015 at 4:39 pm

Have you ever seen these weird people who sometimes sit in the back of the pub during your students association’s social drink? They seem connected, however, that’s not possible, they don’t interact with the rest, not to mention they’re too old to be a member. That is to...

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How our Rocking Grandfathers are still Going Strong

How our Rocking Grandfathers are still Going Strong

By | April 16, 2015 at 2:53 pm

This year all of AEGEE's antennae from Helsinki to Las Palmas and from Madeira to Tyumen will celebrate AEGEE’s 30th birthday, even though none of the before mentioned locals nor most of those lying in between have existed for so long. In the last 30 years AEGEE has seen an...

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Back to the Roots by AEGEE-Paris

Back to the Roots by AEGEE-Paris

By | April 9, 2015 at 2:00 pm

From 6th to 8th of March  around 70 AEGEEans and alumni gathered in Paris for the “Back to the roots” event. The event commemorated the 30 years of AEGEE and has coincided with the Meeting of the Friends of Franck Biancheri Association (AAFB) Network and the 15th...

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AEGEE-Delft and the Franck Biancheri Year

AEGEE-Delft and the Franck Biancheri Year

By | March 26, 2015 at 12:33 pm

Between the 4th and 7th of December 2014 AEGEE-Delft hosted one event with two names: "Europe and its Identities/How Divided is Europe?".  This was part of the 2014 Franck Biancheri Year and organised in cooperation with the l’Assocation des Amis de Franck Biancheri (AAFB)....

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Voulez-vous AEGEE avec moi?

Voulez-vous AEGEE avec moi?

By | March 19, 2015 at 4:45 pm

In 2015,  AEGEE celebrates its thirtieth birthday; all over Europe, and in the interior of Russia, and in the Caucasus, and in Turkey, and at the Canary Islands, which are geographically part of Africa. Basically, along almost a quarter of the earth’s circumference over 200...

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