Dear students at Handels, It is with greatest pleasure and honour we announce that we have successfully infiltraded your website. However, there are still a lot of work left to do, and we feel like you are still missing a lot of blue.... Over the years we have observed your regretful neglect of the website and it is evident that one can not simply trust economic students to handle even the most basic website. The CSS is awful, HTML tags are missing and do not even mention the JAVASCRIPT interactivity. You should religiously change to the superior REACT instead and let us experts handle it. Truly, with greatest passion we will now be in charge of SASSE.se. Yours sincerely, PRANKED!!! The SASSE website has not been hacked by KTH, it was our own IT Committee Board 19/20 who was behind it all. We’re now hosting a competition — We have made 10 changes in total to the website, find as many as you can and send them to itpres@sasse.se to win a nice prize. Do this before 00.00. All changes will be reversed before tomorrow morning where we also will reveal the winner. We have more surprises coming up, stay tuned! Hugs and kisses, //ITU

Rose of the Week 12

The rose of the week 12 goes to HandelsTV for creating amazing videos for several committees and projects. Keep up the good work! //The SASSE Board 19/20
The rose of the week 12 goes to HandelsTV for creating amazing videos for several committees and projects. Keep up the good work! //The SASSE Board 19/20

Rose of the Week 11

The rose of the week 11 goes to Tutor Center for encouraging a helping and supportive climate by arranging tutor sessions for first year bachelor students in different courses. This year the project expanded by offering tutor sessions in macroeconomics for second year bachelor students as well. //The SASSE board 19/20
The rose of the week 11 goes to Tutor Center for encouraging a helping and supportive climate by arranging tutor sessions for first year bachelor students in different courses. This year the project expanded by offering tutor sessions in macroeconomics for second year bachelor students as well. //The SASSE board 19/20

Rose of the Week 10

The rose of week 10 goes to Feminist Society for arranging the Equality Week 2019. Thank you for all the inspiring lectures and for raising awareness on the theme of equality! //The SASSE Board 19/20
The rose of week 10 goes to Feminist Society for arranging the Equality Week 2019. Thank you for all the inspiring lectures and for raising awareness on the theme of equality! //The SASSE Board 19/20

Rose of the Week 9

The Rose of the Week 9 goes to Exchange Japan and all members of the project group. Exchange Japan has worked incredibly hard for a successful week with exciting guests, collaboration with KTH and a final, well arranged fair in the atrium. Thank you for your amazing work! //The SASSE Board 19/20
The Rose of the Week 9 goes to Exchange Japan and all members of the project group. Exchange Japan has worked incredibly hard for a successful week with exciting guests, collaboration with KTH and a final, well arranged fair in the atrium. Thank you for your amazing work! //The SASSE Board 19/20

Rose of the Week 8

The Rose of the week 8 goes to Inspiration Week and all the members of the project group! The events, all from inspiring lectures and workshops, to physical activities such Muay Thai and yoga in the atrium were really appreciated by the students. You all worked very hard to make this week happen and the student benefit was maximised. Thank you! //The SASSE Board 18/19
The Rose of the week 8 goes to Inspiration Week and all the members of the project group! The events, all from inspiring lectures and workshops, to physical activities such Muay Thai and yoga in the atrium were really appreciated by the students. You all worked very hard to make this week happen and the student benefit was maximised. Thank you! //The SASSE Board 18/19

Enoka of the Month

Elvira Ekberg is Enoka of the month! Congratulations, and thank you for your hard work! //The SASSE Board
Elvira Ekberg is Enoka of the month! Congratulations, and thank you for your hard work! //The SASSE Board

Rose of the Week 7

The Rose of the week 7 goes to Handelsdagarna! Thank you so much for your efforts and for creating a great fair and wonderful banquets! The students are happy, the company representatives are happy, we are happy! //The SASSE Board 18/19
The Rose of the week 7 goes to Handelsdagarna! Thank you so much for your efforts and for creating a great fair and wonderful banquets! The students are happy, the company representatives are happy, we are happy! //The SASSE Board 18/19

Rose of the Week 6

The Rose of the week 6 goes to Velitchko Velitchkov! With great talent in creating content Velitchko Velitchkov has contributed to a wide range of SASSE projects. Most recently with marketing of Handelsdagarna and being the projectleader of Handels TV. He definitely has an eye for detail and special effects. Thank you for putting time and effort in making SASSE a pretty place! //The SASSE Board 18/19
The Rose of the week 6 goes to Velitchko Velitchkov! With great talent in creating content Velitchko Velitchkov has contributed to a wide range of SASSE projects. Most recently with marketing of Handelsdagarna and being the projectleader of Handels TV. He definitely has an eye for detail and special effects. Thank you for putting time and effort in making SASSE a pretty place! //The SASSE Board 18/19
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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.