The art project DNALWD2018 collects the personal stories or memories of everyone who has ‘something’ with Leeuwarden. Stories about work, friendship, hobby, the love for your partner or passion for your sport. The possibilities are endless. The editors of YourPost also feel involved in this community art project.
¡Hola! My name is Remedios Torrico Alcudia, I left Spain a couple of months ago to become an international student in Leeuwarden for a semester. Back in Spain I study journalism and being part of YourPost has not only been an honour but also a great opportunity to become better in a field that I’m really passionate about. More
My name is Jelmer Hendrikus Zijlstra, probably one of the most Frisian names you’ll ever hear. 23 years ago I came into this beautiful world, Leeuwarden to be exact. More
My name is Sare Safari, 29 years old from Iran, Tehran. I am living in Groningen from 2013. More
My name is Tjeerd Vis although most know me as Tseard, my Frisian name. I am 20 years of age and hail from one of the Frisian 11 Cities; Sleat. More
My name is Alyssa van der Galiën, I am 19 years old, and I am from Harlingen, Friesland, where I have lived my whole life. I am currently studying Media and Entertainment management at Stenden in Leeuwarden, so I am in Leeuwarden almost every day. More
My name is Paulina Buinickaite, I am 21 years old and I am from Lithuania. I came to the Netherlands in 2015, right after I graduated high school. I made this decision after searching for media studies in Europe. More
A Thankyoupost to volunteer Teun.
How do you thank volunteers? That is the winning theme of the PR Talentenprijs 2017 of the Communication education of the NHL. The winning team: Ilse Betten, Virginia Rignano, Heejin Roh, Remedios Torrico Alcudia and Marit Voogd.
‘How do you thank volunteers’? That is the winning theme of the PR Talent Prize 2017 of the communication course at NHL University. With a viral campaign for YourPost about volunteer work, communication students Ilse Betten and Marit Voogd from the Netherlands, Virginia Rignano (Italy), HeeJin Roh (South Korea) and Remedios Torrico Alcudia (Spain) won the first prize. More
My mom named me Patrizia 21 years ago. I took my dad’s surname, so call me miss Rangelova. On a beautiful day in August, when I got my name, I started my life in a beautiful house in a beautiful city called Sofia, which happens to be the capital of Bulgaria. Nineteen years later I took the brave decision to leave for unknown lands to complete my bachelor degree. More
I’m Federico Patelli, I’m 20 years old, I’m Italian, I’m a Communication student at NHL. I decided to move to The Netherlands from Italy for a while. I’m doing my Erasmus program for 6 months, I chose Hollande and NHL for its reputation. More
My name is Maria Fernández, I’m 20 and I’m from Girona, Spain. I love the area, the food, the weather, the people… but every now and then I need some changes to keep it all exciting! More
Hi! My name is Eimantas; I am a 24-year-old male. I came here from a small country Lithuania and even smaller town Ariogala. Why and how did I get here? A few years ago a took a decision to study Media and Entertainment Management in Leeuwarden. More
Hey everyone! Here I am. My name is Ksenia and I am 20 years old girl, who was raised in a beautiful and peaceful country – Belarus. My native language is Russian, but I am fluent in English as well. A few years ago I decided to study Media, and my choice fell on Leeuwarden. And that is how everything began – my interests in different cultures, travelling and meeting people from all over the world. More
My name is Evren Baba. I am 23 years old. I was born and raised in İstanbul, Turkey. I came Leeuwarden as an exchange student. I study Communication at NHL University. I chose to be in Leeuwarden. Because, living in a place like Netherlands is different for me, but living in a small but exciting city like Leeuwarden is totally something else. 😊 More
My name is Lena Lötzer, I am 22 years old and from a small village in Germany. After finishing high school, I went to New Zealand for a year. In New Zealand, I grooved my English language skills, immersed myself in a different culture, and met people with various backgrounds from all over the world. The international atmosphere impressed me so much that I decided to study abroad. This is how I came to Leeuwarden three years ago. More
My name is Kristina Bogoeva and I am 21. I come from Bulgaria and this is my third year studying in Leeuwarden. I went for a very exciting programme, connected to Media, and currently I am doing a practical minor called Art’n’Sound at NHL Hogeschool. More
Piet Prins and Aukje Mulder are a married couple of experienced journalists and nowadays they are the editors-in-chief of YourPost. They are volunteering for the work and they make me realise nothing else matters when you love what you are doing. I had the chance to interview them at the Blokhuispoort. When they arrive, they are as nice as the last and only time I met them and after a few minutes we start the interview. More
LEEUWARDEN – The nineteenth edition of the Media Art Festival in Leeuwarden took place during the first two weeks of December 2016. YourPost was present on the opening night. More