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PHIN Board Update


Your new PHIN Board has been hard at work this past month planning events and revamping the association.

First and foremost we want to announce the reintegration of the PHIN Newsletter Editors to the PHIN Board, welcome Joanne and Belma! 236 more words


Northern State Student Association Update

     Seven NSU Student Association members travelled to Pierre on February 8 and 9 for the Students for Higher Education Days (SHED). This annual event brought together 75 student government leaders from the six public universities in South Dakota, that together form the SD Student Federation. 308 more words




Last Thursday both the Senior Buddy Program and Fadderiet had their sittnings and I thought I’d tell a bit more about this student tradition which takes place in universities both in Sweden and Finland. 393 more words

Student Life

Northern State Student Association Update

February 2nd
     The NSU Student Association (SA) is in the middle of an exciting year. President Aaron Mayo and Vice President Menno Schukking have looked to streamline SA processes and make the Association more accessible to students. 300 more words



This year, I’ve joined a student association. I never thought of myself as one who would join one. Because the responsibilities entailing it never really encouraged me to join. 160 more words


The Student Association at Stockholm Business School

Here’s an exciting topic for you all this week: the Student (Business) Association at Stockholm Business School and it’s many committees and clubs!

Föreningen Ekonomerna (as called in Swedish) here at SBS is very active and has been for the last 50 years- matter of fact it will be our 50th anniversary this upcoming year in 2015! 217 more words

Speak For Yourself: A Petition Against THE General Body and the Consequences Their Actions Have on the University

If you do not agree with the actions of THE General Body sign this petition.

Although THE General body calls for increased diversity, they attack their fellow students because they are “privileged” because they’re white, straight, male, christian, cisgender, able bodied, and class enabled.   572 more words