Mentors “Group 11” introduce themselves: Jen Dusseljee

Hey future sjaars,

My name is Jen. Currently I am 19 years old and have spent the last 2 of those years as an active member of Thalia. During those years I have grown to love the association and the people in it. We are a very friendly and accepting group of like-minded people, as you will get to experience for yourself!
All you need to know about me is that I enjoy going out, playing video games or watching netflix series. If I can find some extra time in this busy schedule I do occasionally spend some on my studies.

I look forward to seeing you during the orientation and maybe even being your mentor and guiding you on your upcoming journey!
Jen

Mentors “Group 11” introduce themselves: Thomas van Ouwerkerk

Hiya, I’m Thomas. At the time of writing I’m in my 3rd year of computing science, working on the last courses of my bachelor’s degree. By the time you’re reading this I’m, hopefully, done with that and about to start with my master’s. So it’s a new start for both of us!
Fortunately I do have some experience with Thalia, Nijmegen, and living a student’s life by this point and I’m looking forward to sharing it all with you, while at the same time making this one of the best weeks of your (and maybe even my) studies.

Of course this bit of introduction would not be complete without a piece about myself: I’m 21 years old, sometimes not terrible at social interaction. I have a great love for complaining about everything, and a wide range of interests (Dungeons & Dragons, board games, video games, archery, frisbee, a whole range of other sports, cooking, reading, and more) which I will gladly talk (rant) about with others.
I look forward to hanging out with you!

Mentors “Group 11” introduce themselves: Rik van Brakel

My name is Rik and i’m a 22 year old dude from great place called Zetten. I like playing soccer, drinking beer and making some jokes. Basically just like every other Dutch guy. I had no clue how long this should be so I’d like to thank you for reading. I want to wish you all the wisdom in the world, but I rather call it wisslim. Dag hoor