Opening hours: 09:30 - 16:00
The Rubix is the association room Dimensie and shares the space with study associations Communiqué and Ideefiks. It’s the ideal spot for students to come together during lecture days and have a chat with others and drink something. There’s always free coffee and tea! So have a cup of coffee and come chill on the nice couches! There are also workplaces where you can do homework or study for the upcoming exams. On the TV you can beat your friends in Mario Kart and you can see pictures of recent activities.
The board room is located right next to the Rubix and you can always walk in to ask your questions, give suggestions for cool activities, and give feedback.
During the opening hours of the board room, there is always a board member who’s in charge of the room. This board member is the primary person to ask all the things you need from the board. He or she also usually sits in the board room. Don’t hesitate to walk into the board room if you are searching for a board member.
If you want a cheap snack you can come to the Rubix! There’s a snack closet and a fridge where you can buy different snacks for small prices. Examples are Mars, Snickers, Twix bars, or a can of Coke, Sprite, or Fanta. You can easily buy snacks by scanning your student card.
Except studying, snacking, and relaxing there are a few other things in the Rubix that are open to everyone!
When you go to the board room in the Rubix, you can have 10 pages per week of free printing when you are a Dimensie member.
In the cupboard underneath the TV, there’s a wide array of board games that can be played anytime. A few examples are Cards against humanity, Chess, Jenga, 30 seconds, Twister, Halli Galli, and many more!
You can play Wii in the Rubix! Dimensie has 4 controllers and lots of games. Play a game of Mario Kart, beat your friends at tennis or find out who’s best at bowling! If you can’t find the Wii ask the board to set it up.
Every week Dimensie gets the newest copy of the Donald Duck and we also keep a lot of old copies around as reading material. More magazines like Psychologie magazine or TIME Magazine are available, too. (Beware! Many of these are in Dutch!).
In the board room, there are some computers that may be used for studying or doing committee work. They are located in a more quiet area so that you can work comfortably without being interrupted.