TL;DR – Theme: “Equality“. The poems should preferably pertain to the theme (not mandatory). Register here for the event on March 8th, 2021 at 19:00. Verse It! is a monthly poetry meetup that will see poetry coming to life, through reading, music, art and any other forms of artistic expression. Through our events, Verse It! … [Read more…]
In this digital age, festivals are about online shopping and ordering custom-made gifts. We are too busy to take out time for our loved ones and celebrate the root cause of the festival. The sea of commercialization has engulfed us and made us lose the true meaning of festivals. Take Valentine’s day, for example: people … [Read more…]
Join us online for the VOX movie night, followed by a discussion revolving around the classic “Charly (1968)”. This movie is based on Daniel Keyes’ book Flowers for AlgernonDate: 2nd Feb, 2021Time: 19:00-21:00Link: On the Vox Delft discord server. Join here: https://discord.gg/g4b8wWqWe are looking forward to seeing you!
TL;DR – Theme: “Fear of the Unknown“. The poems should preferably pertain to the theme (not mandatory). Register here for the event on Feb 8th, 2021 at 19:00. Verse It! is a monthly poetry meetup that will see poetry coming to life, through reading, music, art and any other forms of artistic expression. Through our … [Read more…]
Verse It! is a monthly poetry meetup that will see poetry coming to life, through reading, music, art and any other forms of artistic expression. Through our events, Verse It! will bring young poetic voices and seasoned ones under the same roof to share their creations. We welcome cupfuls of expression ranging from joy, angst … [Read more…]
It is easy to be a bystander and do nothing, after all one should mind their own business and not meddle with others. But one can argue this also aligns with the wishes of the perpetrator, while the victim needs help through involvement. Is the bystander involved in evil by not acting? At what point … [Read more…]
A close, intimate connection exists between language and culture.. Language, being a way of expression, is a reflection of a society’s culture and its perception of the world. The development of a specific language over time is an indicator for changes in a society speaking that language, as changes in cultural perspective, social composition, and … [Read more…]
Join us online for the VOX movie night, followed by a discussion revolving around the classic “A Christmas Carol (Scrooge 1951)” Date: 15th Dec, 2020 Time: 19:00-21:00 Link: On the Vox Delft discord server. Join here: https://discord.gg/g4b8wWq We are looking forward to seeing you!
In western society we are told to follow our hearts when it comes to choosing the right partner, but is this really the best approach to relationship matters? In other parts of the world arranged marriages are still no rarity and just a few generations ago this was also the case in Europe. What has … [Read more…]
Common gender stereotypes exist in multiple aspects of our life: In early years, people always say girls should play with dolls and boys should play with trucks. In teenagerhood, it is said that girls are better at reading and boys are better at math. Did you notice such kinds of gender stereotypes before? And do … [Read more…]
Join us online for the VOX movie night, followed by a discussion revolving around Stanley Kubrick’s “A Clockwork Orange” Date: 20th Oct, 2020 Time: 19:00-21:00 Link: On the Vox Delft discord server. Join here: https://discord.gg/ejxZgg We are looking forward to seeing you!
How to define art is a controversial topic in philosophy. For example, Plato thinks that the arts are representational, or mimetic. Hegel thinks the best artworks convey a certain type of beauty – the perceptual appearance or expression of absolute truth. For some, art inspires by evoking emotions and creating experiences beyond the realm of … [Read more…]
“Memento Mori – Remember you must die” is a message that can be found in art and philosophy throughout many centuries of history. The Stoics e.g. aimed to appreciate and live in the here and now by constantly reminding themselves of the inevitability of death. This concept can also be found in many paintings and … [Read more…]
Please join us for the General Assembly meeting to elect the Vox Delft board of 2020/2021 on 29th September, 2020 online. This will be followed by our first discussion Date: 29th September, 2020 Time: 19:00-21:00 Meeting link: https://meet.jit.si/SmallResidencesSurroundAlone Discussion topic: What is the Individual’s Responsibility towards Society? In western cultures a large focus is put … [Read more…]
VOX Delft organizes weekly discussions. Open in topics, types of people, and attitude, there’s a lot of opportunities to learn from all the different perspectives, faculties, nationalities, and other factors. Requiring no registration or charge, please join us any time you feel like! If you want to check it out feel free to come and listen … [Read more…]
Hot Girls Wanted is a 2015 American documentary film directed by Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus. The film follows the lives of several 18- and 19-year-old pornographic actresses. Several 18- to 25-year-old young women are interviewed about their experiences as pornography performers. Several women, including Rachel Bernard and Tressa Silguero are recruited by a 23-year-old … [Read more…]
Age is an interesting concept. Many cultures attribute more authority and respect to a person as they get older. If you talk to someone and find out they are very young or old, do you treat them differently (maybe even subconsciously)? For instance, would you challenge their point of view more? How does this relate … [Read more…]
When I look back at my time in school, I’ve learned some pretty useless stuff. I’ve learned the capital of Canada, but not how to program in Python. I don’t blame my school though. How could they know that we would stream Gigabytes of information into our lives just so we can become couch-potatoes and … [Read more…]
‘Too Big To Fail’ is biographical film that details the actions of the financial crisis between the period of August 2008 to October 2008. It focuses on the actions of the U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Chairman of the Federal Reserve System, Ben Bernake. It follows the series of private back channel negotiations among … [Read more…]
What exactly is equality to you? Is it an achievable ideal? And if so how do we get there? Do you think that the current systems by which society runs would be able to sustain a population of equals? Or is inequality an unavoidable fact of life? Are measures such as financial compensation and land … [Read more…]