Roskilde Festival keeps being the festival to attend every year. Andrés Moreno and Francisco Moreno tell you why.
Aihearkisto: In English
No matter what, your love life will look like you
Only one love per one person is a misconception, says Luana Galoiu. There is no definite number how many times one gets to fall in love during their lives.
Genuine curiosity drives studying
Where do you think people get their enthusiasm for science, asks Aderemi Fayoyiwa.
Culture matters in business
International work can be difficult if everyone deals the same way they do at their home country. Big Part event educated students on issues such as how to prepare for a meeting and what is important when getting a job in Finland.
Erasmus time is great, but it will end
Create a memory box and get out of your comfort zone, advices Luana Galoiu who listed six tips how to make the most of the Erasmus time.
Culture learning through cafés
ESN’s language cafés started two months ago in Joensuu. Language cafés are organized mainly once in a week and they are a good way to meet new people and learn about new cultures and few words of new languages.
Connect to be a great talker
As the world gets more and more complex, it’s important to know how to communicate ones feelings in a clear way. World Speech Day gives an outlet for people to speak their minds.
TV shows are more than entertainment
After completing 13 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy, Aderemi Fayoyiwa feels like a doctor already.
Growing up is difficult – but choosing a career is even harder
”While it is very respectable (and perhaps even admirable) that some people do follow a straight career path, it is only natural to expect that not everyone will”, writes Paulina Bouzas.
What went wrong with leisure reading?
For some unfortunare reason, reading has suffered a decline in the age that is all about the visual. Aderemi Fayoyiwa
asks what went wrong.