Posts in category Life
Last March, Finnish students joined forces in Helsinki to demonstrate against student allowance cuts planned by the Finnish government. MPs from all coalition parties came out and guaranteed that no cuts to student allowances would happen when this government is in session. Then they changed their minds and we students did little to protest.
Editor in Chief Kaisa Leino gives an in-depth account of what to do, see and eat in Helsinki this autumn!
Admittedly, I am not always a very environment-oriented person. If I need something, I buy it from a store without considering a second-hand item. I often leave the tap running when I brush my teeth. I’m not a vegetarian. However, there is one aspect of ethically conscious behavior I have taken part in more than [...]
Job hunting. Two words that are certain to send cold sweat running down your back, unless your family’s exceptionally well off, or you’ve got a rich spinster of an aunt whose favourite you’ve always been and for whom you only have to wait to kick the bucket. Or your darling’s a millionaire. Having none of [...]
1. Commander Hadfield, We Salute You CSA astronaut Chris Hadfield ended his five month stint at the International Space Station last Tuesday. During his mission he tweeted, videoed and photographed the wonders and banalities of borth Earth and life in space. After his landing he confessed to having a few thousand photos still in store, [...]
The Trojan Horse was an abominable, death-dealing construct in the guise of a victory trophy. It cost the Trojans their war against Greeks, but also cast them into the admirable role of the first nation of belligerent fools. We’re being fucked just as they were. First, there’s the literal horse that ended up in the [...]