November means shorter and colder days, but it is still too early to celebrate Christmas. November also means that exams are approaching and the semester is about to end. For an international student, this means one thing in particular: the exchange period is almost over, and soon it will be time to go back home. But there are still some … Read More
Every student faces difficulties, some larger than others. Ulrikke Falch gives advice on how to overcome these obstacles.
This was the theme of the TEDx Bergen 2019, held at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) on October the 19th. Among the topics addressed were mental health and social pressure among young people. Read: Extreme Increase in Rental Prices at Fantoft. For some, the years spent at university can be more difficult and troubled than expected. According to the SHoT … Read More
The Raptus Festival is expected throughout the year by cosplayers in Bergen. This is one of the only times fans get the chance to show off their costumes.
The comic book festival «Raptus» was held last weekend in Bergen’s public library. Despite the rain, the festival attracted both families, onlookers, avid cosplayers and comic book fans. – This environment is welcoming, it signals: come, everyone is welcome, says Knut Nærum, a famous Norwegian comedian and one of the main guests at the festival. Every year there are between … Read More
CROWDED. The Student Center has been full of students standing in line to pass their vote.
Studvest gives you a summary of what you need to know about the election.
If these days you happened to pass by Festplassen, the square in front of Byparken, you will have noticed many people intent on distributing flyers to some curious passers-by. This is because Norway is currently holding elections to municipal councils and county councils until Monday, September 9th. The volunteers are now making their last efforts to convince undecided citizens. Usually, … Read More