TLTH Have Popped Their Last Balloon

Last week, Teknologkåren LTH made the decision to forbid helium balloons at their events, as part of their extended environmental work. The risk concerning helium is that if we keep ...

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TV: New in town

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Have a great summer!

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TLTH Have Popped Their Last Balloon

Last week, Teknologkåren LTH made the decision to forbid helium balloons at their events, as part of their extended environmental work. The risk concerning helium is that if we keep extracting it to today’s extent, it will be ...
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Graduation Day: To All Future Students

Just in time for graduation columnist Saahil Waslekar shares his secrets and best advice for future students. ...
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The Winds of Lund

The stormy winds has given her the opportunity to understand a thing or two about life. ...
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A Doctor against the Meaninglessness

While the debate on basic income is hot both globally and nationally, one of its foremost advocate works long hours in Lund. Roland Paulsen’s driving force is to free us from the constraint of work. At the access ...
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2016 Doctoral conferment ceremony

The doctoral conferment ceremony is the major academic event of the year at Lund University.  At the ceremony, the University bestows its highest honour on those who have completed a doctoral degree and defended their thesis. Photos by ...
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House Management for Maskinhuset at LTH decided to lock the lecture halls and introduce security guards to control that students did not eat in the facilities. Photo: Jonas Jacobson
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Littering Lead to Security Guards and Food Ban

Thanks to the student representatives the decision was altered. ...
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You don't need a plane to Spain for a great summer. In Västra Hamnen you can both swim and pose with sights. Photo: Claudio Gandra
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Things to do in Skåne during summer

Kat Riesner gives you the tips that show that the Spanish beaches has got nothing on a vacation in Skåne. ...
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With the British EU referendum approaching Briton Michael Igoe started to worry about his future at Lund University. Photo: Kevin Witzenberger
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In the Case of ‘Brexit’: Remain calm – For Now

But a British withdrawal from the European Union could mean big changes for British students in Lund. ...
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More Woman Professors to Come

Now, the government want to address this, and promise stronger measures. ...
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Hòa, Moon and Nadine reflect about their stay in Lund before they will leave for the summer. Photo: Lukas J. Herbers.
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Pondering & packing: reflections about Lund

Three students who are about to pull up stakes and move on to new adventures found the time to reflect on their stay in Lund. ...
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Things to do in Skåne during summer

Kat Riesner gives you the tips that show that the Spanish beaches has got nothing on a vacation in Skåne. ...
Three students who are about to pull up stakes and move on to new adventures found the time to reflect on their stay in Lund. ...
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Lundagård has met with the people behind Red Note Jazz club to find out what has made the club have such long lived success. ...

A Doctor against the Meaninglessness

While the debate on basic income is hot both globally and nationally, one of its ...
How far we actually are willing to go so as not to be seen as failures? ...
The love is in the air – but we are continuously being warned still not to base a relationship purely on passion. ...
It is difficult being taken seriously when coming out as religious in Sweden. As we leave Easter behind us, Marcus Bornlid Lesseur wonders if we should not re-evaluate our view on religion. ...

In the Case of ‘Brexit’: Remain calm – For Now

But a British withdrawal from the European Union could mean big changes for British students in Lund. ...
A leftist turn, a massively restricted immigration policy, or status quo – but with a woman in office ...
In the climate conference COP21 in Paris, you are either inside or outside. Inside, partaking ...
The day a student newspaper published vulvas on its cover. ...
  • In the Waiting Rooms of Academia

    Highly educated refugees have a natural path into Swedish society through academia – but bureaucracy gets in the way. ...

  • In the Shadow of a Student Life

    Behind the scenes of the student life, there are those paying the price of sleepless nights, toil, and anxiety. ...

  • Research Misconduct Unrevealed

    Research misconduct occurs more than what is brought to the attention of the university – few cases are reported. ...

  • One Is Fine, but Two Is Not

    For the last forty years, an abortion in Sweden has been a legal right and each year approximately 40,000 women decide to end their pregnancies. Among students more than half of them would choose to do the same if they got pregnant today. However, that choice is usually accompanied by shame and silence, and then, how free is abortion? ...

  • Power Revolution under the Radar

    Attacks against IS and leaked-out national secrets. And, perhaps, the password to your mail account. Hackers possess a kind of power that could stir up our lives, but they are rarely seen. Maybe they are sitting next to you at your lecture. Who are they? ...

Graduation Day: To All Future Students

Just in time for graduation columnist Saahil Waslekar shares his secrets and best advice for future students. ...
The stormy winds has given her the opportunity to understand a thing or two about life. ...
The Netherlands didn’t do extremely well in Eurovision, but a day later Paula Dubbink’s country had a big win in car racing. But how logical is it that she should be happy for that? ...
Isn’t it true that giving back to those who have played a role in enabling your current state of progress makes you unintentionally strategic? ...