A few days ago, I was in the midst of sipping a cup of freshly made Earl Grey tea at our balcony in my hometown in Croatia, when the relaxing atmosphere of the summer morn’ suddenly became disturbed by the sound of a peculiar little car announcing that the Classical Circus Berlin has just made its arrival in the city.
Above all other seasons, summer notoriously produces dozens of songs released in its name. During the warm months, whether on holiday, or just consuming various media at home, it’s impossible to avoid hearing this year’s “summer hit” or multiple contenders for the title.
Every president has defining characteristics of their presidency: Eisenhower laid the foundations for the United States’ famed interstate highway system; Kennedy promised to put a man on the moon; Carter helped negotiate the Camp David Accords. With Obama leaving the White House, his achievements will be compared to the legacies of the giants on whose foundations he has built.
"While the Allies were marching towards Berlin in 1944, the Bretton Woods System was devised by delegates from 44 countries during a 3-week meeting in New Hampshire."
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- Honours Tower (Academy Building)
- University Library
- Duisenberg Building
Honours Review is a publication of students at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands.