Deteriorated Cooperation between the Police and the Nations

Unclear messages at the last minute and revoked licenses. Compared with last spring, communication between law enforcement authorities and Lund nations has deteriorated, according to Kuratorskollegiet ...

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Ludvig Bodelsson. Photo: Tindra Englund.
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Deteriorated Cooperation between the Police and the Nations

Unclear messages at the last minute and revoked licenses. Compared with last spring, communication between law enforcement authorities and Lund nations has deteriorated, according to Kuratorskollegiet ...
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Groundbreaking Light Research at MAX IV

“I think MAX IV is the brightest idea Sweden has had in a long while. This Laboratory will explore all of Earth’s building blocks on all the different levels”, says Christoph Quitmann, Director of MAX IV. Long construction ...
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The Math Revolutionist

Among the engineering students at Lund University, Jonas Månsson has become a familiar face through the education he runs on his blog and YouTube channel. ...
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How many pieces of clothing do we really need? Photo by: Jessica Könnecke.
Eco – Why not

One week, four items of clothing – Time to rethink consumption!

Every year during mid-September the recycle week puts forward the importance of how consumers can reuse things and reduce waste.  But pursuing a sustainable lifestyle is an everyday challenge. Alternative ways of consumption, such as the #Fourfitchallenge initiated ...
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How Do Students Live?

  Second-hand and gifts Amer El-Sarie, master’s student in science of religion, had mostly clothes with him when he arrived in 2014 to Lund from Syria. However, his room is far from empty. “Most things in the room ...
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Increase in Cheating among Researchers

In the wake of the Macchiarini scandal, more and more cases of cheating are uncovered in research. According to a new study, there are severe issues within Social Sciences as well. ...
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Test: Which Faculty Has the Best Lunch?

We know that Juridicum has the quietest reading rooms and that LTH has the most extravagant nollning  – but which faculty offers the best lunch experience? Lundagård’s test group went out to try all* of the faculties’ lunch ...
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Advice from a Burn-out

The lack of teacher led hour contributed to Tove Swartling-Eriksson burn-out. Once there, she received a lot of useless advice about how she could feel better. Now she wants to greet new students welcome to the University with ...
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CAPTION: “We have been renovating since May, so I look forward to the opening”, says Martin Brandt, curator at Malmö nation, here seen standing in the nation’s new bar. Photo: Fanny Beckman
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Huge Facelift for City Nations

During summer, some of the largest nations gave their clubs a thorough renovation. Now, a new club is coming to Göteborg’s nation and Lund’s nation are putting their efforts into cleaning the air. Great minds think alike. While ...
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Alone with the Books

Lack of resources results in Lund students having less and less in-class teaching. At the same time, the University and the government plan to spend huge sums on research. How does it all add up? ...
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According to LU Accommodation, 2700 students applied for housing this summer. However only 60 persons are now listed on the  the new waiting list that was set up on Arrival day in August. Photo: Jonas Jacobson
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Lack of permanent housing frustrates students

According to Swedish National Union of Students (SFS) seven out of ten new students in Lund will be without permanent housing this fall. “We are really not satisfied with the work of the municipality,” says Björn Sanders, president ...
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Ranked as the best university in Sweden

Every year QS World University Ranking ranks the world’s best 700 places of learning. This year Lund University lands on place 73. This makes it the number one university in Sweden but still ranks three places lower than ...
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How Do Students Live?

  Second-hand and gifts Amer El-Sarie, master’s student in science of religion, had mostly clothes with him when he arrived in 2014 to Lund from Syria. However, his room is ...
We know that Juridicum has the quietest reading rooms and that LTH has the most ...
In conjunction with LundaEkonomerna’s student orientation, a fadder (mentor) branded several novices with a cigarette ...
Kat Riesner gives you the tips that show that the Spanish beaches has got nothing on a vacation in Skåne. ...

Advice from a Burn-out

The lack of teacher led hour contributed to Tove Swartling-Eriksson burn-out. Once there, she received ...
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. ...

Zones Free from Oppression in India

When India opened up their economy in 1991, many hoped that the country’s equality would ...
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 ...
  • 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? ...

Advice from a Burn-out

The lack of teacher led hour contributed to Tove Swartling-Eriksson burn-out. Once there, she received ...
For many students new to Lund the Nations provide an exciting backdrop to get involved ...
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. ...