Personal Story – Stefan Tanja

Hi, I’m Stefan. I’m a Computer Science student at the TU/e, and the treasurer for Hoc Habet. My responsibilities are to keep track of our expenses and income. Fencing has been a hobby since I discovered it, and there is no other sport that gives me the more motivation to improve at. When I completed 

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Personal Story – Hidde Koerts

Hey, I am Hidde Koerts and for this year (2018/2019) I will be responsible for the condition of our fencing materials in the role of “Administrative Officer” (or more informally, as “Armourer”). I have been a passionate fencer for over 8 years now, of which 1 here in Eindhoven. Before moving here for my Applied 

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Personal Story – Martijn de Boer

Dinges, that is my nickname, the Dutch word you use when you don’t know what to say. This nickname has given me a lot of conversations in my student life. That is also what I like about student sport associations, the social aspects besides the sport. Thus when the position of activity manager was available 

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Personal Story – Bob Booy Liewes

Hey, my name is Bob, a twenty-three-year-old Software science student living in the most vibrant city of the Netherlands, Eindhoven. After I began fencing when I was around thirteen years old the transition towards Hoc Habet was only natural once I became a student. I initially started with foil, but eventually small boys grow up, 

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New Board

We are already halfway through the academic year, and the new board has already been hard at work. We have already had a successful Oktobertournament, the Ladder-competition has been reintroduced, and Hoc Habet finally features all weapons again! One thing that has taken (slightly) too long, is the online presentation of the 2018/2019 board: Chairman: 

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