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Columnist Paula Dubbink.
Photo: Tim Jedeur-Palmgren

I’m growing up. I don’t care anymore

Column Columnist Paula Dubbink wouldn’t call herself apathetic, but still she wonders why she isn’t more concerned about what happens in the world. What did happen to the cute idealism of her teenage years, the time when she would save the world? »

1 kommentar - 19 March, 2014

With a sense of the differing

Entertainment It’s been 12 years since one of the greatest within Swedish photography, Christer Strömholm, passed away. This spring Dunkers Kulturhus in Helsingborg and Moderna Museet in Malmö take a comprehensive approach to his lifework both as an artist and a teacher. »

Comments Off - 6 March, 2014
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Satomi-Miyata

A real life

Column Yes, I used to not have a life and that is why I am here, in the North end of the world to see a “real life”. In search of it, Lundagård’s columnist, Satomi Miyata will explain how she is stuck with the Big Cause. »

Comments Off - 5 March, 2014
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Byline-Kate

Put some spring into your step

Column It's springtime! At least for columnist Kate Monson, who is already celebrating the arrival of the buds, the birds and the bees. »

Comments Off - 28 February, 2014

Club news are lit and stolen on the Lund firmament

Culture Tired of your same old place Have you made a fool of yourself at the dance floor? Or do you only want to meet new people and dance to music you never heard before? Lundagård checked out the club news this spring. »

Comments Off - 26 February, 2014
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Columnist Paula Dubbink.
Photo: Tim Jedeur-Palmgren

Why I will die in the North

Column Columnist Paula Dubbink watched a controversial commercial with Sweden’s best soccer player, which made her ponder about the Swedish national anthem. »

Comments Off - 19 February, 2014
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JesperLodin

A Lund Supreme

Column Columnist Jesper Lodin pens an enthusiastic love letter to both Lund and Scania as a whole in this week’s Culture Column. »

Comments Off - 14 February, 2014

The Carnival has got its karnivalists

Carnival Just before 12 o'clock on Sunday morning the Carnival opened up its doors to AF-borgen. Those who were first in the almost kilometre long line had been queuing all night, and it was a bunch of tired but happy students who finally got to run inside for the roll. »

Comments Off - 14 February, 2014

They were first in line for the Carnival

Carnival The line for the roll to Lundakarnevalen 2014 started on Saturday evening. A bunch of warm dressed students defied the cold weather, rain and biting wind in order to be the first carnivalists. »

Comments Off - 12 February, 2014
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Satomi-Miyata

If you ever feel homesick

Column Living alone in a land strange to you is far from easy. Homesickness is one of the challenges you face during your stay. Read more about homesickness in this week’s Culture Column by Satomi Miyata. »

Comments Off - 5 February, 2014