Monthly Archives: March 2015

Mystery of the Transformers

Images of the fictional robots can be seen etched into the tram rails in the Kamppi and Kluuvi districts of Helsinki. Advertisements

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Top 5 Everyday Things with Finnish Origins

Some of these may surprise you! I’ve said it many times here on my blog– I really didn’t know much about Finland before I came here to study abroad. Like most Americans, I was aware of its existence…and that’s about … Continue reading

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Northern Delights: My Lapland Adventure

Hi everyone, and welcome back to The Finn Journalist! If you haven’t already figured it out, I’m really enjoying my time here in Finland. And just so you know, this may be the post that finally convinces you to come … Continue reading

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Frigid Finnish Tradition

(Note: I originally wrote this column for Soc&komposten, a student publication from the Swedish School of Social Science. If you’d like to see the article as it appeared in the magazine, you can find it here.) As my body was … Continue reading

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Leaving Gun Culture Behind: Perspective on Police Shootings in America

(Note: This is the “extended version” of a column I wrote for the Swedish School of Social Science’s student magazine, Smocka. If you’re interested in seeing the column as it appeared in the magazine, check it out here.) Back home in the U.S, … Continue reading

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