V.l.n.r. Sander Gerritsen, Luuk Köning, Casper van Oostrum, Renko Groote Schaarsberg, Boudewijn Benjamins.
Current committee members:
- Boudewijn Benjamins
- Gijs Ploumen
- Jacob Clevering
- Luuk Köning
- Sander Hofhuis
The Drinks Committee has the onerous task of organizing the drinks. The Drinks Committee organizes a drink once a period. Since this is not enough we also organize the drinks during the participation days and the AID study day. If all of this is not enough we also close the year with the water basin and BBQ. During all these get-togethers we make sure that the Heeren XVII present, the fellow students and the department employees do not lack anything. Besides the most important task, namely keeping the beer cold, we also make sure that there is enough food and other drinks available. If the conversations do fall silent, there is always sound and vision available. The carefully selected music and the very technically arranged presentation of photos of the past period ensure that the atmosphere is always good. Besides all the beautiful pictures in the presentation there is also an agenda, so that the biosystem engineer can look forward to the coming period with beautiful activities.
The get-togethers are the ideal opportunity for the true biosystems engineer to unwind. After delivering supernatural performances during the lectures and practicals, there is a nice cold beer ready for every biosystems engineer. During the get-togethers, biosystem engineers from different years and employees can get to know each other better, while enjoying a tasty snack and drink. The conversation during the drinks is always very diverse, because every biosystems engineer has something to tell. If the conversation is not what you expected, there is always the music and presentation. After the successful drink all biosystem engineers return home and the drinks committee makes sure everything is tidied up again.
We try to make every drink a great success, but we cannot do this alone. We therefore hope to see you all again at the next get-together, where every real biosystems engineer feels at home.