There is much we can still take from Giovanni Boccacio's stories in times of The Black Death in The Decameron which may be surprisingly relevant now.
Sometimes you feel like you're flying with the passion of a kiss, and then you open your eyes to see that it is over.
In October 2017, Pangaea was festively reopened after long renovations with a look at the past as a panel reviewed the colonial history of the building, back then 'Home Congolais'.
When you visit Pangaea, you literally walk over the flag of the Belgian-Congo. A souvenir of the presence of our university in the colony. But what did our alma mater actually do there?