Artiklar taggade med Lund

Like a Week on Ibiza

Feature story The student life of Lund is often described as a place where everyone wants to and does get laid. But who actually gets laid? And is the average student really mostly interested in a one night stand? »

Inga kommentarer - 7 April, 2014

Among Jungle Speed and Monopoly

Student life On a sunny Monday afternoon, in a corner room of a building in Lund, a place that seemed like a secret society was in its prosperity, where the dices were rolling on the table and laugter was in the air. Yes, that it – the Game Nights hosted by the International Desk. »

Inga kommentarer - 4 April, 2014

Playfulness, Courage and Brilliance

Student life Marko Wramén, born and raised in Malmö, was the editor of the magazine Lundagård in 1994. The freelance journalist is now instituting a scholarship for co-workers at Lundagård to encourage playfulness, courage and brilliance. »

Inga kommentarer - 27 March, 2014

ESS and MAX IV swallows all the university’s research money

News The faculties are forced to take a step back for the new research establishments ESS and MAX IV. The government wants the university to pay 130 million SEK each year for the expenses. The responsibility for the payment now causes the university to fall behind compared to other universities. »

Inga kommentarer - 27 March, 2014

Botan Close to Economic Breakdown

News The Botanical Garden at Lund University, "Botan", is estimated to suffer a financial loss of one million SEK. If the greenhouses are closed to save money, it threatens to destroy plants worth hundreds of millions SEK. »

Inga kommentarer - 24 March, 2014

94 percent failed course

News The course External Accounting and Analysis is taken by 63 students at Malmö högskola, Malmö University. 59 of them are now forced to sit a re-exam in order to get their credits in. »

Inga kommentarer - 21 March, 2014

Teknologkåren: “It feels like a punch in the gut”

News The ragging will be limited to three weeks and the first week is going to be completely alcohol free. Lund's Faculty of Engineering has taken that decision in a policy decision. The Union of Technology Students, Teknologkåren, feel completely disregarded. »

1 kommentar - 19 March, 2014

Death of boy in Turkey ignites demonstration

News Yesterday a crowd of protesters gathered at Stortorget Lund, following the death of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan in Turkey on tuesday. He had spent the last 269 days in a coma after being struck on the head by a police tear gas canister, during the Gezi protests last June. »

Inga kommentarer - 13 March, 2014