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For many Swedes, Easter might mainly consist of chocolate eggs and looking at the colorful feathers on sticks that stand outside all shops. (Yeah, we don’t really know ... Read more
The Center of Middle Eastern Studies broke the rules when they last-minute organized a course on IS and failed to give student representatives a chance to influence the ... Read more
Italy has panettone, in some countries Santa comes with liters of coke and Sweden…well, sigh… To help you find your way through the jungle of Swedish Christmas treats, ... Read more
2017 marks the 350th anniversary of Lund University. In preparation for the year of celebration, the University has invested 22 million SEK of its regular budget, however student ... Read more
At the end of October, Pope Francis will visit Lund and Malmö to commemorate the start of the Reformation in 2017. Lundagård spoke to a Catholic and Protestant ... Read more
International students come to Lund at the longest for a two-year master’s programme. But some of them stick around in Lund after finishing. Lundagård spoke to three ‘stayers’ ... Read more
Here’s an outline on some Swedish holidays, which will also give you some new Swedish vocabulary. ... Read more
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?
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Paula Dubbink – somewhat forced – is regularly back in the gym and might change her mind set about the phenomenon “sports”.
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As being a vegetarian and vegan is getting more or more mainstream among some, Paula Dubbink realises that still much is left to do. ... Read more