Many EU and Non-EU students studying in Germany are still ignorant on the various taxes they are entitled to and can benefit from during their […]
Eigentlich als Text über Kommunikationsschwierigkeiten durch unterschiedliche Bildungshintergründe gedacht, geht es jetzt querbeet durch die Herausforderungen der Fachsprache, nötiges Hintergrundwissen bis zum öffentlichen Diskurs in […]
Editorial: Thema “Sprache” / “language”
Die Redaktion hat entschieden: nach „Sex“ ist „Sprache“ das neue Thema für November und Dezember.
Consent? Never heard of it. – 365 Days Movie Review
Our author has several issues with Netflix’s “365 Days”. They list it as an erotic drama, but it’s more of a fiasco, really. Read her […]
Freshmenguide through the platform maze
Guide for Freshman to having a perfect overview for corona semester 2.0.
Mach mit bei V – das Studimagazin.! – Promovideo
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Editorial: Thema Sex
Im Juli und August haben sich unsere Artikel überwiegend mit dem Thema „Extreme“ beschäftigt – das Thema für September und Oktober lautet: „Sex“.
Asexuality and the Aro- and Ace-spectrum
Vanessa writes about a topic which definitely should get more attention when talking about Sex(ualities).
Romeo & Juliet – A Very Mundane Story
Opinions diverge: Are they stupid teenagers? Star-crossed lovers? What everyone agrees on, however, is that in “Romeo & Juliet”, reactions to their love are extreme, […]
TOEFL – An Experience with Something That Should Have Been Easy
Our author Vanessa explains TOEFL – but more importantly, she rants about why taking it should have been easy, but wasn’t: After her test was […]
A MA in Human Rights and why it is Right
Sidonie has nearly finished her MA in Human Rights at the FAU. Read here about why she chose that degree, what she has learned, about […]
Studying online with AD(H)D? Well…
I am drowning. I’m drowning in an ocean full of meetings, events and offers – and I don’t even need to leave the house for […]
Thanks, but no thanks. – Thoughts on toxic positivity
Being thankful and mindful is all well and good. But there’s more to it than just “thinking positive thoughts”. Otherwise, toxic positivity might just make […]
Social cryptomnesia – an argument for change.
Social cryptomnesia describes the phenomenon that achievements which are widely regarded as positive, made by minority groups are dissociated from said groups. One prominent example is […]
A Semester Abroad
Choosing to study abroad for a semester isn’t just exciting and a completely new and different experience, it is also a change. A very big […]
Editorial: Thema “Veränderung”
Bis zum letzten Sommersemester haben wir einmal pro Semester ein Printmagazin zu einem bestimmten Thema herausgegeben. Das wollen wir nun online fortführen.
Brazil’s democratic challenge
Marina Guimaraes studies Political Science and English and American Studies at FAU. She comments on the election of Bolsonaro for president in her homeland Brazil.
Sharing realities and refugee stories
Today I experienced one (if not the most) impacting situations of my life. After 3 years of focusing my studies on the Middle East and […]
Germany’s obstacle run
Saturday. For some it’s a relaxing day. It is that first day of the so awaited weekend. For me, on the other hand, it’s the […]
The Burqa-Ban across Europe – a sign of or against oppression?
France was the first European country that forbid a complete veiling in 2011. Belgium followed this example. Bulgaria has the law since 2016. Austria passed […]
Welcome to Egypt!
I am standing at Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Across the street and the chaos of cars is the monumental building of Mogamma. In my back is […]