By Zuzanna Mietlińska A modified version of the Star of David has allegedly been circulating in anti-COVID restrictions’ protests throughout Germany and the city of London. The yellow star with the now-incorporated word “ungeimpft” (german for “unvaccinated”) has started a heated debate on the Internet. Do people have a rightContinue Reading

We are excited to announce that Sphaera Magazine has a new board! In this article, you can meet the new board members. We would like to collectively thank the previous board for all their hard work making Sphaera what it is today, and we hope to be able to fillContinue Reading

By Zuzanna Mietlińska  Why Jews are overrepresented in competent positions It’s not anti-Semitic to ask why there is a disproportionate number of ‘economically successful’ people of Jewish origin in relation to their population. Jews make up more than 1/5th of the world’s Nobel Prize winners (including over 40% in economics)Continue Reading

By Lara Kaptein Things have been a little bit quiet lately in the politics of the Netherlands. An article of the NOS (the Dutch news organization) stated that the Second Chamber is on a holiday right now, so nothing much is happening. Parties and party leaders are still recovering fromContinue Reading

By Lara Kaptein Back again with a new Dutch Politics for Dummies! This time, I will discuss the elections of the 20th of March on the Dutch state level: Provinciale Staten. In these elections, every Dutchie was able to vote for their preferred representative for their province. The voter turn-outContinue Reading

By Lara Kaptein Many of you have been living in the Netherlands, specifically in the Hague, for at least half a year now. Probably many of you also know that even though The Hague is not the capital of the Netherlands, it is the capital in Dutch politics! I willContinue Reading