Our Team


Luna Hollander (Chairwoman) – Hi! I’m Luna, a 21-year-old International Communication student in Groningen, and this year, chairwoman of the Groninger Studentenkrant. When I’m not buried in my duties as a full-time student, I enjoy travelling, watching my pet turtle do something extremely dumb, and practising martial arts. I want to be a journalist (I think), so I joined SK to improve my writing skills and gain some experience writing articles. I’m very proud of the articles I’ve written for SK so far, and am excited to write a whole bunch more!

Paula Teerink (Secretary) –

Luukas Vanha-Eskola (Treasurer) –


Sean Campbell (Head Editor) – Hey, my name’s Sean! I’m a 22-year-old MA Journalism student living in Groningen. I like neo-soul music, Marvel movies, and video games. I joined the Studentenkrant  three years ago because I was looking for a place where I could improve my writing skills, explore my interests, and meet some cool new people. I am now a part of the head editorial. There’s a very relaxed and playful atmosphere here that allows you a lot of creative freedom. In terms of writing, I mainly focus on entertainment-related topics (movies, television, music, games), but I am hoping to continue expanding my horizons!

Julia Gołębiewska (Writer) – Hi, I’m Julia, a writer at and former chair of Studenten Krant. I’m from Poland and I’ve lived in Groningen for four years, studying International Law at RUG. I love writing, watching movies and voicing opinions that no one asked for. I am passionate about human rights law and the environment, and I love to use SK as a platform to shed some light on the issues that matter to me. When I don’t talk about big issues, I write about pop-culture and student life in Groningen.

Sandra Mako Sanchez (Writer) – Hello, I’m Sandra, a writer at the Studentenkrant. I study media and journalism at the University of Groningen. I am half-Spanish, half-American and grew up primarily in South Korea and Germany. My background of being raised around many different cultures gave me insight into the different ways in which people relate to each other and imbue meaning. This has helped me in writing about topics such as music, art, and scientific research.

Marco Sicilliano (Writer) – Hello there, I am Marco, a student of International Communication in Groningen, and a writer for the Groninger Studentenkrant. I enjoy exploring subjects primarily related to social sciences, especially cultural anthropology and sustainable business development. I am passionate about traveling the world to discover how people live in ‘challenging’ social contexts and gaining firsthand experience of their perspectives on life.

Anastassia Horiashko (Writer) –

Magne Eelis (Writer) –