Tag Archive for Anniversary

5 Things You Didn’t Know About AEGEE (and Europe) During its Anniversary Year

Many things have changed about AEGEE during its thirty year existence. However, instead of looking back at its rich history, this article will take a look at five things concerning AEGEE, and by extension Europe, from 2015 that you might not already know. Improbable spelling. Everyone who is participating in the Agora in Kiev in October may have noticed that… Read more →

AEGEE-Eindhoven Invites You to Join Them in the City of Lights for Their Network Meeting

In the last few years, the Dutch local AEGEE-Eindhoven wasn’t very active at the European level, but the new board decided to make a change and discover AEGEE beyond their own city again. Last November, they already organised a European event for their 25th anniversary, and now they got selected to host one of the upcoming Spring Network Meetings (NWM).… Read more →

Back to the Roots: 30 years of AEGEE-Paris, 30 years of AEGEE-Europe

Thirty years ago, a dream was born. A dream conceived by a man who wanted to see a better Europe for its citizens: Franck Biancheri. With this aim in mind, and after a conference in Paris (EGEE 1) about overcoming Europe’s integration paralysis, the Association des États Généraux des Étudiants de l’Europe (AEGEE) was created. Up to this day, it… Read more →

Repeating the History of (A)EGEE with the Night of the Seven Antennae

The year 2015 marks the year that AEGEE-Europe turns 30 years old, although we surely don’t look that old yet! To prepare the birthday, the Anniversary Team has been created, which organises several events throughout the year to pay tribute to the history and future of our organisation. One of these events is the Night of the Seven Antennae, which… Read more →