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A Day in the Life: Declan

To give you a little peak into what it’s like to be a student in Stockholm, we bloggers are each going to describe our typical day studying at KTH. Last week Claire shared her typical KTH-day, so this week it’s my turn! Here’s what a normal day looks like as an Architecture student (If a … Continue reading “A Day in the Life: Declan”

Hosting Thanksgiving in Sweden

As an international student, I’ve learned a lot about my friends and the places they’re from through food. Whether it’s Spanish tortilla, Italian pasta made “right”, Greek Pastitsio, German Spätzle, Swedish falukorv, Argentinian asados, or Portuguese Bacalhau, it is never served without a backstory.  This weekend though, it was my turn to cook and tell. … Continue reading “Hosting Thanksgiving in Sweden”

Exploring Sweden: amazing Öland

In one of my previous posts, I already shared with you the story of my trip to the southeast of Sweden. It’s time to finish my story and tell you about the amazing Öland.  Öland is an island located in the Baltic Sea off Sweden’s southeast coast and is the smallest landscape in Sweden. You … Continue reading “Exploring Sweden: amazing Öland”

A Day in the Life: Claire

For this blog, we often write about life at KTH beyond studies. Studying doesn’t always feel like the most exciting thing to write about, but we sure spend a lot of time doing it! Since we’re at a steady point of the semester, we bloggers decided to share a glimpse into our daily lives as … Continue reading “A Day in the Life: Claire”

Architecture Highlights in Stockholm

Walking about the city looking at buildings has always been one of my favourite pastimes. Luckily for me, being an architecture student means I get to call this “studying”.  The city can be endlessly interesting, especially for those of us who are moving to or visiting a new place. Stockholm being a city well known … Continue reading “Architecture Highlights in Stockholm”

Visiting Fotografiska

The Fotografiska Museum of Photography is definitely one of the top places of interest for creative people in Stockholm. This is not a museum for the history of the development of photography in Sweden, as one might think, but a popular gallery displaying the works of the most famous contemporary artists from all over the … Continue reading “Visiting Fotografiska”