Below, you will find a small selection of the most read articles of the past academic year and our own favourites:
Marjolein Hartman, the mother of deceased TU Delft student Max. (Photo: Bob Awick)
- TU student ‘Laura’ tells about her horrific experiences with sexual assault.
- International students describe how they were swindled out of thousands of euros.
- For some international students, the search for a room ends in a shared and very small room.
- The mother of TU Delft student Max, who died in the waves at Scheveningen, wrote a book about her life afterwards. Delta looked her up.
Greenery on the campus is also good for animals. (Photo: Sam Rentmeester)
- The most expensive student rooms in Delft.
- Delft students prefer to live together rather than alone.
- Discussion about the timing of deadlines.
- How to calculate the climate impact of your food.
- The greenest spots on campus.
Lighthouse de Lange Jaap must be saved, says a Delft emeritus. (Photo: Regionaal Archief Alkmaar via Flickr)
- From the revealing report about the withdrawn Majorana publication, a picture rises of parties that have come to oppose each other.
- How students designed a museum.
- The geoscience sector is reconsidering: can we still work with the oil industry?
- TU Delft emeritus Adriaan Beukers does everything to save an old, unstable lighthouse.
- Reconstruction of how an internal Delft 2G research project became a political battleground.
- Stuck between green ambitions and geopolitical reality.
- Graduation student Jorik Grolle sees an opportunity to improve the European train network to such an extent that many more passengers can be transported.
- Tinkering with the climate? The debate erupts.
Delta will be back in full force during the OWee, which starts on 22 August. Would you like to reach us in the meantime? You can do so at email@example.com. The editors will be working on long-term projects almost the entire summer.
We wish you a happy summer!