Selwerd I, II and III. The Selwerd student housing blocks along the northern ring road are (in)famous, loved by some and hated by others. They’re identical except for their colour: blue, red and yellow. This year, it’s exactly half a century ago that the first residents of the flats arrived. Since then, many generations of students have followed suit and the buildings themselves have transformed over the years as well. More than enough reason for the editors of Broerstraat 5 to dedicate part of the upcoming October issue to 50 years of Selwerd.
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