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  1. Exchange Students in Karlstad

    The exchange students who are studying in Karlstad right now might all come from different countries across Europe but most of them have one thing in common: Back when they applied for their exchange semester, they probably imagined it to be completely different then it actually turned out. Most likely, they had already signed up for it before the corona virus outbreak happened and planned on partying, travelling, meeting new people, and spending time at university. As we all know, a pandemic happened in between and completely altered those plans. We spoke to five exchange students to see how they are coping with these unforeseen circumstances.They told us what motivated them to come to Karlstad, how they are experiencing life on campus, and how studying here is different to their home universities.

  2. Capsule Wardrobe?! Never heard.

    Do you want to save time, money and energy and have at the same time a closet of essential garments that match to your lifestyle and personality? Building a capsule wardrobe can be the solution.  For some years now, there has been a lot of discussion about minimalist living. Minimalists like Joshua Becker and the friends Joshua Fields… Läs mer

  3. Sustainability in Fashion – Is That Even Possible?

    Fashion is hurting the planet. That’s a fact and we all know it. If the world’s population increases as expected, there will be 8.5 billion people by 2030. People are getting richer too, and as 1.7 billion people enter the global middle class over the coming years, demand for clothes will grow. But producing even more… Läs mer

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