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New Dynamo issue

1 Mar

Read all about it!

It’s all here! News on tuition fees, Swedish and world celebrations, travel suggestions, lots of recipes and food advice, a movie review (the director just won an Oscar!), comics, etc.!

Want to get involved in the next issue? Email us at lund.dynamo@gmail.com!

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1st Anniversary

28 Feb

The Dynamo celebrates its birthday with a new issue!

News, info, comics, reviews, travel, recipes, opinions, useful Swedish sentences…  It’s all in the current issue of The Dynamo!

Look for it around town or read it online here!

January 2011 issue

24 Jan

New Dynamo is out!

Back with more news, more tips, more entertainment, more info… Read it all here or find it in town!

Tuition fees for non-EU full-time students

6 Dec

“Tuition fee fallout”?

That’s what it says in the title of this article by The Local!

Less diversity, lower student quality due to fewer applications… If we believe this article, more bad than good is expected?

Time will tell! In any case, one quoted Lund student echoes what we’d concluded in our editorial in the October issue: “I understand why they are introducing the fees, but it’s really sad”…

November-December 2010 Edition

30 Nov

New Dynamo issue now out!

The hard work of our volunteers pays off once again! Read all about it! News, info, music, travel…

Look for copies around town or download the PDF here!

Student Barometer deadline

28 Nov

Survey ends Wednesday Dec. 1

Details here – a chance to win 11,000 SEK for a charity of your choice (or a chance to keep the winnings?!)…

International Student Barometer 2010

15 Nov

Have your say

Lund University wants to find out what International students think of their time here. This is your chance to let them know.

The International Student Barometer is an independently designed and carried out survey tool used by universities around the world.

You should have received an invitation to participate in your university e-mail account (a good thing to check it regularly, by the way – you can also forward it to another account so you don’t miss any important announcements!) but just in case, you can find it here.

Answers should be in before December 10. Participants could win a 11,000 SEK donation to charity in their name.

New issue is out!

21 Oct

October Dynamo – soon all around Lund!

It’s here! The hot-of-the-press issue of The Dynamo is now out, thanks to the hard work and perseverance of an ever-growing team of volunteers and supporters!

Hard copies will be distributed in town, both on and off campus. If you’d like a sneak peak, you can find The Dynamo – Vol 2 Issue 4 right here in PDF form.

Anti-racism demonstration in Lund

23 Sep

“Inga rasister på våra gator”*

Text and photos by Mark Wong

An anti-racist demonstration took place in Lund this evening at 7pm.  The meeting point was at Stortorget and by 7:30pm the place was all filled up.

Two police cars were in sight and the policemen there were just making sure everything was peaceful and orderly.  Organizers had earlier planned to walk around town while carrying banners expressing their opposition towards racism after the Swedish Democrats party won slightly more than 5% of the seats in the recently concluded elections.

More details and pictures here… Continue reading

Unsolved Swedish Mysteries

13 Apr

Knock-Knock-Knocking on Sweden’s door

by Philippe-Antoine Charbonneau

This is the kind of things tourists don’t see. But if you live in Lund, you must have noticed it: doors are always locked over here.

Your front door? Fine – to avoid some drunk folks unintentionally going in the wrong room at 3 am, it’s safer. You office door? Of course – to stop students from trying to find the final exam, it’s a good idea.

But what about other doors?

What about the door that is downstairs in my apartment? There is a main door to get in the building from outside which is locked only at night and that’s understandable. But then there’s another door after.

Don’t know why. I just know that’s its always locked and when you have groceries (not from COOP!), it’s not ideal.

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