City Lifestyle: How to live a sustainable lifestyle in Strasbourg

Do you want to have a more sustainable lifestyle during your semester in Strasbourg? Check out this article, in which Clara Weber gives an overview of a range of possibilities to do something good for the environment and save money. Clara writes not only about sustainable ways of transportation, but also shares her favourite places to buy organic and local food and tells you the best secret places to find second hand clothes or furniture. Don’t miss out on that option!

Feminism Around The Globe: A Cooperation Between Artists, Experts, and Students from Strasbourg

Written by Eva Guillot & Ennio Mos Strasbourg is known for its vibrant cultural life, and MA Euroculture students have had the opportunity to contribute to it by organizing a cultural event during their second semester.  This is the case for Clara, Eliisa, Emma, Ennio and Eva, who put in place an art exhibition at … Continue reading Feminism Around The Globe: A Cooperation Between Artists, Experts, and Students from Strasbourg

City Guide – Strasbourg

The Euroculturer is proud to introduce you to our new project: the Euroculture City Guides! In this edition, Céliane Breuyre (French) and Diego Gómez Pimienta (French/Mexican), currently studying their second semester at the University of Deusto, Bilbao, will tell you all about their first-semester homebase, Strasbourg in France, where they studied at the University of … Continue reading City Guide – Strasbourg