The winter might be chilly, you might be silly, but here at TaSciEn we’re always litty! Our February event, which is a part of the Sledding Hill Carnival (Laskiaisrieha in Finnish), introduced many of Tampere University students to a well-known American treat: s’mores!
Created from 2 pieces of crackers (or Graham crackers if you want to be 100% authentic - according to our board member Aaron), a piece of grilled marshmallow and a piece of chocolate, s’mores are basically the sweet, miniature & diabetic version of burgers. But who cares about that in this weather anyway? We from TaSciEn are proud to say that, by helping students around campus make more than 100 s’mores, we have successfully combated the freezing cold and brought smiles to everyone who came (even if some of those smiles are a bit messy from the marshmallow).
Thank you very much for joining us this time, and we hope to see you in the next event!
Hello everyone, welcome back to another event story from “What’s Poppin in TaSciEn”! As an international student, I bet one of the most interesting things that you saw when first arriving in Finland is the student’s overall. “Haalari” in Finnish, it’s a symbol of students in Finland, representing a student’s guild by its colour, as well as the activities he/she has participated by the patches on it.
TaScien once again organized a patch-sewing evening, offering its members as well as any student who’s interested the chance to put your proudly-collected patches on your overalls, once and for all. Threads and needles are provided, as well as delicious cookies, tea and juices for everyone to enjoy!
The evening was deemed a great success, with many, many patches sewn, namely our board member Harry who (finally) sewed his teekkari cap patch on, despite having been a teekkari for almost a year.
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