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.
The new academic year is off to a brilliant start for four Lund University researchers who have received European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant. Out of the 400 selected, the lucky ones from Lund University are Filip Lenrick, Milda Pucetaite, Colin Olito and Daria Davitti.
Tuesday, May 30th, Kalmar nation became the new owners of their neighboring house, Roseniusgården. The purchase means that the nation now has 22 new dorm rooms.
A Turkish student was rejected from a research internship at Stockholm University. The Swedish professor cited the ongoing NATO conflict as the reason.
– Since Turkey does not allow Sweden to join NATO, I have to decline. Sorry!