Meggie Salmonez (Chair), Merle Schulken (Treasurer), Maria Heiberg (Secretary), Barbara Soares (General Member)
“I need feminism because I intend on marrying rich and I cannot do that if my wife and I are making 75 cents for every dollar a man makes.”
In 2017, PPLE had its first class of graduates which was obviously celebrated with the creation of a book filled with lovely stories, amazing pictures, and funny quotes. This year, AIM’s Yearbook Club will create a new and even more stunning yearbook for the Class of 2018. Merle, Maria, Barbara, Nina, Antonia, Emily, Elzemieke, and Meggie will work throughout the year to collect your stories, pictures, and embarrassing Facebook posts to compile a book of memories to take home with you after you (hopefully) graduated in July 2018.
We hope to be able to create something that will be on top of your list of things you would bring in case of a flood, fire, or other eventful happenings (e.g., finally moving out of your parents’ house on your 40th birthday). From February onwards, we will start taking your yearbook pictures and collecting stories and quotes. As soon as we start, we’ll inform your through Facebook and/or email.
In the meantime… Do you have suggestions or would you like to send in material that really has to be added? Please, feel free to send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org! We’d love to hear your ideas and would also love to have more members in our club!
“PPLE is easy. It’s like riding a bike. But then in Amsterdam. And the bike is on fire. And the ground is on fire. And everything’s on fire. And you just hit a tourist.”