Freya Chiappino

Transparency and dialogue

During the past year in the program committee I have noticed that the students and staff get very little insight about the changes that are taking place.

The specializations make the humanities strong. Yet these seem to disappear. The authenticity must be retained. The students are entitled to specialized knowledge and must not be held back by purely economical factors that do not contribute to the quality of our education.

Next year, I want to work for a decentralized, social and accessible faculty. My name is Freya Chiappino, Art History student, next year also philosophy student, a woman who will not give up and the leader of TOF.