Column Columnist Kate Monson employs her powers of persuasion to encourage you to enjoy a staycation this summer. Creativity, connectivity and new points of view can all be yours when you simply stay still for a while. »
News Teknologkåren at Lund’s Faculty of Engineering is increasing their number of stocks invested in the beer producer Brygghuset Finn. This is being criticized as a bad investment of the students’ money. »
Interview Severely criticized and not approved by the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education, ENQA. Now, Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson has been assigned the task to investigate how the Evaluation System of Higher Education in Sweden can be improved. »
Entertainment For the second English speaking spex this academic year students flooded the basement of Kalmar nation for the finale of Marilyn Monroe: The truth is out there. »
Student life Despite having some of the most generous student loans in the world, Swedish students still struggle to make ends meet. Some are forced to dumpster dive. For others, this is a an alternative way of life – spending less money and especially reducing waste. »
Column Satomi Miyata's stay in Sweden is coming to an end. This is her last piece for this Lundagård’s monthly column. Time goes by. »
Carnival How to translate the Swedish word ‘tåg’ into English? Whether one uses the most literal word (‘train’) or the best description (‘parade’), it’s quite impossible to catch the Karnevalståg into words. You’ll just have to experience. »
Column Paula Dubbink wonders what it is, that the Spring Term always seems to fly by in the blink of an eye. Or actually, international student life in general. Is her time in Sweden really coming to an end? »
News During the course of the spring, several carnival sections have squeezed their pennies to make ends meet. Before the carnival week, however, the compensation has been doubled.
"Had we known that it ultimately would cost this much, I'd never have agreed to asking carnivalists pay earlier this spring," says a carnivalist from one of the management groups. »
News 145,000 SEK in travel expenses and another 50,000 on clothes. Now critical voices are raised against the Carnival Committee budget.
"I find it difficult to support the considerable difference that exists between the Committee and the ordinary carnivalists", says a top-flight carnevalist. »