All posts tagged "Sweden"

  • UMKC should adopt a four-week class system

    A friend of mine moved to Sweden a couple years ago to study for his masters at Linkopings University. We would communicate occasionally through online...

  • Travel Corner: Gilleleje, Denmark

    As I stood in the sand with the sun shining down and the colossal waves rolling in one after another, I couldn’t have dreamt of...

  • Gilleleje, Denmark

    As I stood in the sand with the sun shining down and the colossal waves rolling in one after another, I couldn’t have dreamt of...

  • The plea for socialism

    With the Occupy movement now losing traction, one should look at the reason for the collapse of what seemed like the only “left” economic movement...

  • Catatonic at Katatonia

    What makes metal concerts so appealing, aside from the interesting crowd that inevitably gathers, is the intensity of the audience. These shows always seem to...

  • Are you ‘sick’ of health care?

    Jonathan Cohn, author and advocate of a single-payer health care system, came to UMKC on Thursday to promote his book “Sick: The Untold Story of...

  • Top 10: Weird laws

    I browsed the web for the most ludicrous laws still on the books, ranging from local to international. If you are a rational person, as...

  • Movie Review: 'The American'

    “The American” is not your typical spy movie. What it lacks in action, it more than makes up for in mystery, intrigue, drama and suspense....