“For a decentralized, accessible and student-focussed Faculty of Humanities!”
The problems that triggered the protests of 2015 have not been resolved. Teachers have less and less time for research, more and more specializations disappear and our faculty starts to look like a diploma-producing factory. It is essential that students do not give up their fight and continue to speak up by protest and via the student council. Next year, I will strive in the student council for a decentralized, accessible and personal Faculty of Humanities, where knowledge is more important than efficiency. I am Roeland, student of philosophy, vice chair of the FSR, party leader of TOF and a student of humanities through and through!