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The MUSST is looking for enthusiastic runners to form the official Maastricht University Team in the Batavierenrace.

#eenkleingebaar

 

A lot of young people feel lonely during these times, so we should support each other with #eenkleingebaar.

Unfortunately, we are not able to do sports together as usual now that the lockdown has been extended. Especially in these times it is important to keep thinking about each other and to do that little bit extra for your sports buddies, teammates and other friends. Due to the little social contact in these times, the mental health of many students is under pressure. During this difficult period, let us pay extra attention to each other and support each other! ??

The MUSST joined up with Student Sports Netherlands and other sports councils in Dutch cities to create a campaign that aims to create awareness of loneliness among students. Lots of us are currently stuck in our room, following online classes, without being able to do sports or meet up with friends. With this campaign we hope to spread the idea that a small gesture can make a big difference to your friends, whether it's sending a small card, hosting an online dinner or playing online games. 

Will you also participate in the campaign by @studentsportsmaastricht , Student Sports Netherlands and the Dutch government?

Show on your social media what you do for the people around you during these times with the #eenkleingebaar and tag @studentsportsmaastricht @studentensportnederland @rijksoverheid.nl so you can inspire others to join! 

 

The MUSST board would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

We hope to see all of you fit and healthy in a hopefully sporty 2021.

 

 

Dear visitor,

 

As you might have noticed already, the MUSST website was down for two weeks. Luckily we managed to get it up again, however, we are now working from an old back-up. This means that the website is not yet up-to-date.

We are trying to make sure it is up to date as soon as possible, but for any important files, data or information, please contact us via mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

 

We apologise for any inconvenience. 

The MUSST Board 2019-2020 wishes you a very Merry Christmas and all the best for 2020!