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Carl-Johan Kullving

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Carl-Johan Kullving
Carl-Johan Kullving is the Web Content Manager at Lundagård and has been a Journalist at this newspaper since 2010.

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Student Wanted to Protect CMES

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The student Ivan Goncharenko wanted to prevent the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies from turning into an anti-Israel platform. That is why he contacted the Israeli ambassador concerning the course literature. ...
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Director of the Centre: The Course Is Not One-Sided

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There are many factual errors in the critique from the Israeli ambassador. At least according to Leif Stenberg, Director of the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies. ...
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Israel’s Ambassador Criticizes the University

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A course at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies has received complaints – from the Israeli ambassador. ...
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Alcohol – The Cash Cow

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32 million Swedish kronor. That is how much the nations’ alcohol activities turned over last year – a reduction of over half a million kronor from the year before. ...
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Drunken Student Punched House – Charged for Damage to Property

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A party at Studentgården in Skanör was a little too much for one student from Lund, who has now been charged with property damage after taking on a house. ...
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He Became this Year’s Global Swede

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Qian Jiang, master student in industrial design at Lund University, received the honour of Global Swede. ...
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Belarus Approaches Bologna

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Belarus takes a step towards becoming part of the Bologna Process. That much is clear after last weekend’s ministerial conference in Yerevan, Armenia. ...
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The Faculty of Science Wants Fewer Students

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400 educational places are at risk at the Faculty of Science. ...
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New Gym at Gerdahallen

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This summer Gerdahallen will rebuild one of its locker rooms into a gym. ...
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More Expensive Alcohol Serving to Come

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It will cost an extra 1,000 Swedish kronor for student organizations to serve alcohol when the permit unit proposes higher fees. ...
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