16 November, 2011

Students and Angers town hall attempt to rebuilt a new relationship

Credit : Angers Fine-Arts Museam
The city makes its heritage accessible the students. The Fine-Arts Museum will be free for these on Thursday November 17th from 7 pm to midnight. The idea is nice because every Thursday evening, many students are in town for gathering which signal the (next) end of the week. Moreover such an initiative may prompt them to frequent other places than bars (even if, most of them are not addicted to over drinking habits).

This initiative could reflect that both youth and town hall are decided to work together to built a new way for student's life in town. At the beginning of the month both signed a chart defining rules for the inhabitants' stillness and students' security during these evenings. Such initiatives could encourage a better understanding of students and the inhabitants. 

Credit Angers city
Along the recent years, many people have, in reason, criticized the behaviour of students. But may be the city should consider this alcoho-lization is not unrelated with grim perspectives for young people. With 30 000 students living in Angers from September to June, the town is right to promote actions recognizing young are an essential element of its dynamism.

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