SLIDESHOW: Regattan

Last Sunday, the traditional battle between the guilds on sjön sjön took place. This is called “Regattan” and is a part of LTH:s novisch activity ...

SLIDESHOW: Regattan

Last Sunday, the traditional battle between the guilds on sjön sjön took place. This is called “Regattan” and is a part of LTH:s novisch activity ...

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Our electronic graveyard

With bins for everything from compost to batteries and small electronic devices, there is no excuse not to sort our trash. But even with more recycling options than drinking glasses at home, the next computer I replace is ...
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A guide to Swedish peculiarities

Every country has it own peculiarities. And so does Sweden. Therefore Lundagård’s reporter Evan Farbstein will guide you to some of the things you might encounter during your stay in Sweden.  ...
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SLIDESHOW: Regattan

Last Sunday, the traditional battle between the guilds on sjön sjön took place. This is called “Regattan” and is a part of LTH:s novisch activity and part of “nolle helgen”. At regattan, the different guilds build their own ...
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SLIDESHOW: Cart race in Lundagård

Last weekend was the Nolle Saturday (nollelördagen) which is the second day of LTH’s Nolle weekend. It was rainy and muddy but many came out to participate in the traditional cart race in front of the University building.  ...
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The ghost on your plate

On a student budget we usually buy commercial or farm-raised seafood that isn’t necessarily ecological. Fresh, frozen, organic, or farmed there are inevitable consequences to having such a luxury. Most students are aware the process isn’t to be ...
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Alone together: the swedish person and the swedish people

This past spring I went for a run, a little after sunset, in a busy area of Malmö. It was dark, and I wasn’t really paying attention to where I was heading, and I tripped over a bike ...
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Narcissism and relatability in contemporary literature

Lundagard reporter Evan Farbstein makes a few observations about the writers who spoke at the Louisiana Literature Festival (24-27 August) and self expression, as compared to self-absorption, in literature.  ...
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Thousands of students welcomed in Lund

Today, the 15th of August, is the official arrival day for international students. The arrival day is arranged by Lund university and 200 volunteers are working during the day to help the arriving students. The international students are ...
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lundagard.net is moving to lundagard.se

To all our readers of lundagard.net! In the future, you will find Lundagård´s English articles on the main website lundagard.se. ...
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Movement Becomes Sculpture

Sheep spray-painted in pink, and trains in the middle of the woods. In the exhibit ‘SculptureMotion’, at Wanås sculpture park, sculptures literally come to life. Text: Ravn Kirkegaard – Translation: Cecilia Eriksson The wind is blowing in the ...
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The Rebuilding of AF borgen Runs the Risk of Hitting Hard Towards the Student Organisations

AF Borgen AB wants to renovate and rebuild parts of AF borgen. Large sums of donations are required for the rebuilding, which is estimated to cost 90 million SEK. Otherwise, there might be an increase in rent. Written ...
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Employers Do Not Care About Your Education

The ideal employee in the year 2017 is a critical thinker, a problem solver, a creative and a good writer and speaker, at least according to a new report from the think tank called HumTank. ...
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Summer plans – or lack thereof 

“Motivating others will do a lot more than my individual changes alone”. Columnist Julia Trombley reveals three goals for a eco friendly summer. ...
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Welcome to Sweden

If you’re in Sweden and you aren’t Swedish, chances are you’ll be a bit confused about Swedish holidays and the traditions associated with them. Why, for instance, are people dancing around a pole shaped like a penis on ...
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From Feministic Rage to Madness

Jealousy, murder, and desperation. Lundagård‘s reviewer Tindra Englund think that Lund’s Student Theatre’s (LUST) Medea is an excellent cure for those who have been overdosed with student humour. Text: Tindra Englund – Translation: Viktor Jönsson ...
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