Lundagårds student life columnist Philippa Scholz, at 24, confesses to navigating a quarter-life crisis, realising its statistical relevance before turning 25. Exploring her current anxieties as likely symptoms, she wonders: Could this be the quintessential quarter-life challenge?
On Saturday the 18th of November, Lund history is going to be made. On that night it will be the very first time in the history of student engagement in the city where a nation and a student accommodation will hold a collaborative event. Lundagård has met the organizers from Smålands nation and Parentesen housing area to talk about the brainchild which is soon to be born.
From batting away male fantasies of short-haired ‘rebels’ to being asked if she and her boyfriend were a ‘homosexual couple’, Lundagård’s columnist Philippa Scholz explores her experiences around how her hairstyles have impacted people’s perceptions of her gender and sexuality.
We can find all kinds of inspiration in art. Lund’s Skissernas Museum is unique in showcasing the process of art. The museum’s latest temporary exhibition, “Kom som du är”, especially invites both artist and visitor to come as they are.