Tips from the pHøs
What should be packed in the moving package? And what does even "dark suit" mean? When Nollan finds the first time in Lund difficult and all the new concepts confusing, it is a good idea to let pHøset's wise words guide the Nolla.
If you find it hard to understand the dress codes, this will be to your help! The dress codes are guidelines to help the Nolla, but they are rarely strict.
The most important is that the Nolla wears whatever makes them feel comfortable!
In the hectic and chaotic daily life of the Introduction, it is easy to forget about studying. but the Nolla will thank themselves during the exam period if they manage to maintain their studies during the Introduction. Seek help from your newfound friends and study together until the evening's fun activities begin. And remember that it is okay to fall behind in class as long as the Nolla does not feel too stressed when the deadlines and exams approach.
/ pHøs Raya
The yellow overall The yellow overall is the Nolla's best friend and it holds more than you could ever imagine. Fill it with everything needed for long days: water bottle, snacks, medicine, tampons, needle and thread, or why not have an ace up your sleeve? The storage possibilities offered by the overall are endless, so make the most of it!have an ace up your sleeve?? Førvaringsmøjligheterna som ouvven erbjuder är oändliga, utnyttja det!
/ pHøs Azari
The fact that LTH adheres to the “academic quarter” -system may feel like an additional chaotic aspect in the Nolla's new everyday life, but fear not, for there is a pattern. Lectures and parties start 15 minutes past the scheduled time, unless it's after 6 PM or during the weekend when double quarters apply and they start 30 minutes after the scheduled time. If academic quarter does not apply, it is indicated by writing “prick prick”, ”dot dot” or two dots (..) after the time, and the Nolla should remember that exams, quizzes and Laboratory work never have academic quarter.
/ pHøs Decime