In English

Aino 4/2018

Compromise Under Construction

This autumn ARTS, the School of Arts, Design and Architecture, was the last one of Aalto’s schools to move to Otaniemi. It was allocated spectacular spaces in the newly built Väre — that many students deem unfinished, or unsuitable for artistic purposes.

Aino 4/2018

On a Mission

Tessa Nikander dreams of introducing space science to everyone’s education. Working with satellite data can help us solve environmental issues, she says.

Aino 3/2018

Lifesaver

Joy Wolfram believes that instead of safe research proposals, crazy ideas are needed when trying to save lives.

Aino 3/2018

Treat as Loaded

Why does one fire a gun? We talked to three students of Aalto to find out.

Aino 2/2018

Keigo

Katri Naukkarinen photographed symbols of hierarchy in Tokyo and sat down with Haruka Furukawa, head of Startups at Slush Tokyo, to talk about the hierarchical and gendered working culture holding together Japan’s gigantic economy.

Aino 2/2018

One Step Ahead

Andreas Saari only just started as the new CEO of Slush. Nonetheless, he already knows what he wants to do after that.

Aino 1/2018

Hard and Soft

Instead of Scandinavian design, Man Yau sculpts dolphins and porcelain bongs.

Aino 1/2018

Inside Joke

Racist jokes were encouraged at a student actives’ party, and a student association’s chairman posed on Instagram as a colonial lord. are the values of diversity highlighted on Aalto’s policy papers in danger of being diluted On the grass-roots level of student activities?

Aino 1/2018

The Weight on My Shoulders

Running a family business wasn’t Mona Grannenfelt’s dream.