NFKickassactivities 11/10/2020

Welcome dear readers to the weekly NFK brochure with all our activities for the coming week. As you have already noticed, the coronavirus is sweeping across the country again and is spreading almost as quickly as Stan Van Samang’s nude photos. Both are regrettable events indicating a marked loss of taste in the masses. As a result of the flare-up, our brand-new government has decided to tighten the rules again. Of course, this whole situation makes it anything but easy to organize activities. For that reason, fakbar evenings, TDs, cantuses and lunch meals will have to wait a while. The CUDI, on the other hand, will be open and thus all our activities for the coming week have been announced.

Tuesday 13/10 (1-3pm)

Located in the basement of the HIW, our cozy course service is located where Robin and Marit have the pleasure of selling you your necessary courses from 1 pm to 3 pm. You can find out which courses you can find there and how much these sources of knowledge are worth on the NKF page. Do not forget to register via doodle so that we know when you will pick up your courses.

Wednesday 15/10 (5-7 pm)

Don’t worry if you couldn’t be there on Tuesday, because the course service is at your disposal again on Wednesday between 5pm and 7pm. Don’t forget to register via the doodle here.

So, that was this week’s NFKickassactivities. Hopefully see you next time!

Welcoming Day

Are you a first-year philosophy student at the HIW, and would you like to get to know your classmates and fellow students better? Then we have the perfect opportunity for you: our Welcoming Day. On Saturday the 10th of October from 13.00 till 18.00, you will be able to make new friends or get to know your current friends a little better through several fun activities!
You will be divided into little groups which will rotate between different activities in Leuven. You’ll get to chance to show your intellectual capacities in a quiz, win a Kubb tournament and escape from our very own escape room in the institute. If you want to, you can always bring something to eat or drink to fuel yourself in between the activities.

The Welcoming Day is completely free, but registration via the Google Form is mandatory (see link below). Registrate quickly because the spots are limited!