Author: The Flying Dutchman

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The Flying Dutchman8 months

So It Goes

It is time for us to move on from all those things we do not like about our school, time for us to think and reflect upon the thought of what we want this place to be like for the years to come.

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The Flying Dutchman9 months

Mandril Political and Cultural Centre

Free space for creative expression, counter-cultural place of resistance in Maastricht.

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The Flying Dutchman9 months

Somewhere Over the Moat

We are not the only one: exploring the insights of the Mandril, many parallelisms were seen between life and idealism in the free culture zone and at UWC.

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The Flying Dutchman9 months

How Many Goodbyes Left?

With the constant weight of goodbyes, we would believe that the process of saying goodbye becomes much easier. However, with each goodbye we bid, it touches a different part of us like how every person we encounter affects us in various ways.

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The Flying Dutchman9 months

Us, Draining Brains

We should show our attachment and love to our country by acknowledging our departure and doing what is within our reach and beyond in order to soften the impact of our physical distance from home.

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The Flying Dutchman9 months

Open Letter to my Firsties

My gaze shifts and I stare out of the tiny window to my left, I see the sun slowly sinking beneath the clouds and I start to think about the country I left behind.

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The Flying Dutchman10 months

Pigs in a Cave

Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave” depicts the journey out of the cave in order to come face to face with our ignorance.

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The Flying Dutchman10 months

A brief reminiscence of “Why Are We Still Talking About This?”

A Feminist play to the community, from the community.

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The Flying Dutchman10 months

Why are we still talking about this?

What the community has to say about feminism

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The Flying Dutchman11 months

“Deeper Purpose”: Lessons for a High-Flying Dutchman

The answer to this ‘how’, I’d wager, can be found in his driving sense of purpose. Yes, ‘purpose’. An innocuous word, I know. Just two simple syllables. Yet right now, by which I mean today, aujourd’hui, hoy, vandaag, there is no single more important word in the English language.