Christmas is the most anticipated and joyful time of the year. We all get the chance to gather with our family and forget about work for some time. Each country or region has its own traditions to celebrate Christmas however, do we know where all those traditions come from? Here’s a brief article about Christmas customs and where they come… Read more →
THE BEGINNING OF A STRANGE ERA. CINEMA, EUROPE AND AEGEE DURING THE 2000S.
Here is the third part of our series about Cinema, Europe and AEGEE through the decades. If readers want to read it completely, please, click on these two links to read about the first part (1980s) and the second part (1990s). Many people celebrated the end of the 20th Century as the beginning of a wonderful new era. Everybody on… Read more →
The Culture Interest Group is back, and they have a lot of plans! As Ilse Driessen, the moderator, said “No other European Body focuses on arts and culture so explicitly”
One of the Interest Groups that has returned in 2020 after some years of inactivity in AEGEE is the Culture Interest Group (CIG). It started with some important steps done during the quarantine period as the formation of a core team, the publishing of articles about stereotypes and topics in European countries, some online cinema meetings and debates or the… Read more →
Languages for all,languages forever. The European Day of Languages during 2019
In 2001, AEGEE started the journey to celebrate the linguistic richness of our continent and to promote language learning. The European Day of Languages (EDL) was also celebrated last year by AEGEE, in order to encourage all of us to continue learning languages, to praise the beauty of each language, and to remind us of the importance and necessity of linguistic… Read more →
SMELLS LIKE 90S CINEMA (OR HOW TO MAKE CINEFÓRUMS INTO AEGEE WITH LOVE AND PASSION).
What the heck was happening when we were kids? The 20th century was coming to an end and there was a revolution in cinema. No matter what film we would be watching at that time, most of them would be visually attractive and full of topics that are still important nowadays. An ordinary AEGEE member could come with this question:… Read more →