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55 minutes in Gerdahallen

Paula Dubbink – somewhat forced – is regularly back in the gym and might change her mind set about the phenomenon “sports”. ...
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Who am I – and how many?

No, columnist Katherina Riesner is not schizophrenic. After living in different places, she simply wonders how many identities she has developed. ...
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Non scholae sed vitae discimus

We might miss opportunities and perspectives by staying the student-bubble, Eleonora Kleibel writes. ...
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What to eat and what not to (m)eat

As being a vegetarian and vegan is getting more or more mainstream among some, Paula Dubbink realises that still much is left to do. ...
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Where the Hell Are all the Gays?

It's said that the hetero-norm is well on its way to loosen up – but columnist Marcus Älverbrandt is wondering where all the gays of student life are hiding. ...
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Kat Riesner: Finding a Study-Life Balance

Finding the right balance between work and pleasure can be difficult. ...
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Carrying the Entertainment Guide in the Nappy Bag

Karin Furenhed is no stranger to putting the sparkling stockings on. ...
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Crossing limits

The train ride to Copenhagen evolved in an unpredictable adventure, but the developments also have a worrying side to them. ...
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Sweden in small at the Melodifestival

Paula Dubbink was along for one night of Eurovision Song Contest. ...
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A True Swedish Winter

Columnist Katherina Riesner has uncovered the ultimate secret to spending winter in a Nordic country. ...
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