Tag Archive for Mascots

The 12 Mascots of AEGEE-Zaragoza

The upcoming organisers of Autumn Agora Zaragoza are infamous for their ability to steal flags and mascots. Moreover, they are also well-known for being a big antenna that has active members involved in many well-thought decisions. Even when they chose which mascot(s) should represent their city in the centre of Europe in the middle of nowhere? Ander Guerrero Ruiz who… Read more →

Local of the Month: AEGEE-Valladolid organising its first event for more than 200 participants

Organising an event for 200 people is no easy task. However, it is a task that is possible to overcome, and it does not matter whether or not the antenna hosting it is young or experienced. The secret recipe is to have a strong supportive network and motivation, and the result is Renove. An event that you could read about… Read more →

Renove Version 2.0 in Valladolid

Renovar is Spanish for “Renovate”, which, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary means: 1: To restore to a former better state (as by cleaning, repairing, or rebuilding) 2: To restore to life, vigor, or activity : revive <the church was renovated by a new ecumenical spirit> Years ago, the Spanish government started a plan called “Renove” which consisted of giving an amount of money to everyone who wanted to… Read more →

Local of the month August – AEGEE-Peiraias

At EBM Izmir, remember The AEGEEan interviewing locals at the AEGEE Fair? First up were AEGEE-Beograd and AEGEE-Istanbul and for the second round Stephanie Müller, our editor-in-chief, interviewed AEGEE-León and AEGEE-Peiraias, as these antennae are twin antennae, they have been for quite a while, and are setting a good example of why the twin antenna program works. This month, one of… Read more →