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Home Is Never Far Away in Stockholm

For the first time in 1.5 years, I felt a twinge of homesickness settling in as I strolled through the picturesque streets of Stockholm. The city, with its unique charm and vibrant atmosphere, has a way of making you feel like a local even if you’re thousands of miles from home. However, my momentary longing … Continue reading “Home Is Never Far Away in Stockholm”

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas!

Hej everyone! Welcome to this weeks post! Today I’ll be sharing with you my first few Christmas-ey experiences here in Stockholm over the past week! As the days grow shorter and the air turns crisper, Stockholm transforms into a winter wonderland, captivating its residents and visitors alike with the enchanting spirit of Christmas. Just a … Continue reading “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas!”

Why I chose Sweden: A Canadian perspective

Deciding to study abroad is a significant milestone in one’s life. As a proud Canadian who values access to nature, the excitement of city life, and a deep passion for ice hockey, Sweden emerged as the perfect choice for me. Growing up in Canada, Sweden’s influence was all around me, from the appliances I used … Continue reading “Why I chose Sweden: A Canadian perspective”

24 Hours in the Life of a KTH Student

Hello there! This will be a post about a day in my life as a KTH student, hope this gives you an idea about what to expect as a student. Beneath the Swedish sky so vast,At KTH, time seems to fly so fast.From dawn’s embrace to evening’s tune,Join my day’s dance, from morn to moon. … Continue reading “24 Hours in the Life of a KTH Student”

Nymble: The KTH student hub

Hi everyone, I would like to share a very prominent building at KTH: Nymble. It is considered one of the most visited buildings on campus, so it certainly deserves a blog post to introduce it. Located next to the KTH entré, Nymble is home to the KTH student union (THS) offices and rooms for different … Continue reading “Nymble: The KTH student hub”

Housing Studio Final Review

Hej, it is Raygo with you here today! It was extra special yesterday as it was Sweden’s National Day and quincentenary (500th anniversary). On this day 500 years ago, the people elected Gustav Vasa as the King of Sweden, who led Sweden to leave the Kalmar Union. Since 1983, Sweden has celebrated its National Day … Continue reading “Housing Studio Final Review”