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This week’s SASSE Rose goes to the Endurance coaches who tirelessly host weekly runs in all weathers, and have provided SASSE members with a fun, new workout opportunity by launching swim practices this semester. Thank you for your hard work and contribution to SASSE!
It has come to our attention that many students find the Kåridor a confusing place. Especially during the introduction weeks, new students have a hard time understanding the naming of different rooms in the Kåridor, such as the Rotunda. In order to better suit the purpose of the Rotunda, and to be more inclusive towards all SASSE members, the SASSE Board has decided to rename the Rotunda to The Club.
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This week’s SASSE rose goes to United Students SSE, for their own initiative to help people affected by the conflict in Ukraine. Despite this not being a SASSE initiative, the SASSE Board wants to highlight these students that took action to help people in need. Thank you Victor, Aran, Anders, Joel, Carl-Johan, Lowiza and Alexander!
This week the SASSE rose goes to the International Week project group! The team created a week filled with events inspired by places and cultures from across the globe. To round it all off, the week ended with a battle between nations, which was won by team Germany! Thank you for an amazing week
This week’s SASSE rose goes to the ArtXTech project group and Digital Asset Society for organizing the ArtXTech week! It was a week filled with inspiring lunch lectures that ended with a panel discussion at Fotografiska! Thank you ArtXTech and Digital Asset Society for a great week!
This week the SASSE Rose goes to the Sports and Business Group for hosting the truly amazing Sports and Business Week. Thank you for the incredible week with all events!
This week the SASSE Rose goes to the Chinese Society for hosting fantastic events during the year and a great celebration of the Chinese New Year! Thank you for your amazing events and hard work!
About the Student Association SASSE
The Student Association at the Stockholm School of Economics (SASSE) is a non-political, non-religious organization that has about 2000 members. SASSE was founded in 1909 when the Stockholm School of Economics was situated at Brunkebergstorg. Over a century later the Student Association is located at Sveavägen in the heart of Stockholm and has evolved into a vast and dynamic organization where 90% of the students are active to some extent during their time at SSE.