Category Archives: Tartu

My First 100 Days at the University of Tartu

  As the old saying goes, well begun is half done. If you are ambitious enough, you can achieve many things that are beyond your imagination.

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How I Created My First Comics…

…and learn how to love and accept myself as I am.   I am so grateful to the University of Tartu for this amazing opportunity to take the optional courses any courses that you wish for free. So, you can study Japanese, … Continue reading

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Cancer biologists from the University of Tartu help make an important discovery on Alzheimer’s disease

Cooperation between researchers in the United States and Estonia helps to discover changes in brain tissue, which are associated with the very early stages of dementia. The cause of nearly half of all cases of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. It … Continue reading

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5 Tips How To Enjoy Every Second of the Annual Ball

Find a companion or some good friends to feel carefree & happy. Get together with your friends for a few hours before the ball to get ready. Maybe your friend is a clever makeup artist and will help you out … Continue reading

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sTARTUp Day, the Biggest Business Festival in the Baltics – How did it all Start?

On the 8th of December the second edition of the start-up flagship event sTARTUp Day will take place in the AHHAA centre. Almost a year ago the first edition of sTARTUp day was organised, and it proved even bigger and … Continue reading

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A Hong Kongese crush on Europe

When I woke up in Brussels, Europe was never the same again. It was the last day of the EU-funded study trip to Brussels when Brexit came to realization in June 2016, sparking debates on the future of Europe as … Continue reading

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Summer School “Juri Lotman and the Semiotics of Culture”

Getting away from the heat, I moved north to the long-awaited semiotics summer school and a new season of Game of Thrones. Having crossed the Seven Kingdoms (four, to be honest), I found myself in Estonia where dried yellowness of … Continue reading

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