News Who should international students turn to when facing a financial crisis? The issue of the university’s responsibilities toward fee-paying students has become the subject of a heated discussion. ”No one seems to want to deal with this issue,” says study counselor Sahar Valizadeh. »
Sports Water balloons, trash-littered fields, cross-dressers, and fire. These are only some of the things witnessed at Parentesen’s Brännboll tournament last Saturday. »
Column Feel like topping off the semester in suitably grandiose style? Jesper Lodin gives some tips on where to find the best clubs this coming week. »
News 30.000 SEK. For this amount of money, Lund’s City Library will buy extra English books in the coming months. Visitors are welcome to suggest on which books the money should be spend. »
LTH LU Racing seek to innovate and become a literal driving force for students with a passion for motorsports. With a one million SEK budget they’re about to head out to this summers formula student competition. Find out how here. »
News New statistics concerning lack of housing and unemployment indicate the difficulties of Sweden’s young people today.
Find out how severe the situation is in the news of the week. »
Entertainment The viking discovery of America sets the stage for this amusing little spex at Kalmar Nation, the only one to be held entirely in English. Despite its shoestring budget, Leif Erikson manages to entertain for most of its two hour runtime, thinks Jesper Lodin.