Nicholas Johnston

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Artikels van Nicholas Johnston

"Hi, I’m an American. On January 6th, while baking brownies during a work break, I received worrying messages from friends abroad...." Nick shares his perspectives on the storming of the US Capitol.

When the Oudemarkt has fewer familiar faces, the Almas stand empty, and Pangaea closes, what is to become of us latter-day students?

The demographic of students attending KU Leuven from nationalities subjected to the increased price shall skew towards the wealthier.

'Sustainability Week' coming this week!

Interested in seeing a theater performance in Leuven?

It is almost summer in Belgium!

From paper bound textbooks to digital textbooks!

A gym under a bridge? Only in Leuven!

Do you like to argue meaning topics with like-minded students?

Do you have a love of the outdoors, long walks, and meaningful conversations?

LOKO presents: a new edition of Think Abroad! During these 10 days full of various events, you get the chance to discover a whole new world.

Almost overnight, school fees increased for some programmes from 922€ to 6,000€. The measures have been taken arbitrarily, varied between faculties, and given unique justifications for their measures.

Curious about why there are so many students on the streets of Leuven each Thursday afternoon?

Be a part of an exciting week-long art festival inside a historical building in Leuven this March!

Belgian High School Students Taking Action Against Climate Change!

Do you have any New Year's Eve plans yet? Check out Nick's 'off the beaten' path suggestions...

Don’t listen to them, remember the mutineers!

Check out an amazing film about mass student revolts back in the 60's... in Leuven! (English subtitles)

Nicholas Johnston is an American philosophy Research Master student and the editor of the 'Soon in Leuven' section.

Join a new student group called Progressive International on Monday

On December 2nd, 2018, the Climate Conference hosted by the United Nations will commence in Katowice Poland. On the same day, a mass demonstration is planned in Brussels.

It is unlikely that Leuven students aren’t at least curiously familiar with the Groot Begijnhof, however, many not be aware that for one night only, it will be illuminated by candlelight.

On Sunday, November 11th the city of Leuven commemorated the conclusion of World War One, the ‘First Great War.’