A brief summary of Friday’s articles

I’m a «mingle»:

Columnist Sophia writes about a modern relationship status for all students not wanting to dive into a relationship so early in their studies. She writes about dating at university and the importance of keeping your liberty.

Everyone’s favourite teacher:

Reto Schuppli is assistant lecturer for mathematics at the HSG and most students’ favourite: He wears funny ties, likes to joke around and tells stories he sometimes just makes up. He revealed he never wanted to become a teacher and what he likes to do outside the HSG.

Five ways of living:

Startblatt has visited five different flat types to find out what benefits and challenges they bring with themselves. Do guys sharing a flat only play X-Box and do you have more liberty living in a single apartment? Or is it better to have a mixed flat with guys and girls?

Culture in St.Gallen:

The city might be small, but there are many cultural activities to spend your leisure time on. A theater, cinemas, and museums give a broad cultural range. But also music plays a role in St.Gallen: There are several concerts and even festivals taking place.

A brief summary of Thursday’s articles

National team and university:

Andy Knechtle is part of the HSG Lacrosse team «Sunnyboys» and also participated at the world cup with the Swiss national team. He talked to Startblatt about Lacrosse as a fringe sport and how training is giving him a good balance to his studies.

Minigolf or theater?

The HSG is famous for its clubs and student associations. People say if you haven’t been in a club you didn’t really study in St.Gallen. Before they present themselves tonight, Startblatt has picked some of them representatively.

Last-minute bidding advice:

Startblatt has compromised the most important tips and tricks for the bidding. If you are still lost in the jungle of courses, groups and professors to choose from: This is your chance on some last-minute advice.

A guide for all tastes:

St.Gallen has surprisingly much to offer when it comes to food: We have picked places to eat from fancy to cheap, from Swiss specialities to Japanese sushi. You can find food from several different cultures and even learn about an alternative to the university mensa. A guide  specially helpful for everyone new in town.

A brief summary of Monday’s articles

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