Europe is puzzling me and it should puzzle you too

It is somewhat scary and at the same time exciting, I must admit, this new European context we find ourselves in. Many old European souls are probably asking “Why do we need Europe? We want progress and a good life, but let’s keep things the way they are. We lose our sovereignty while decisions will be made far away from us and we are afraid our culture and language will gradually fade away if we move forward with this European integration”. I am worried too, to be frank.

A new breed of Europeans?

The following article was written for “More than 3 million Europeans share a genuine sense of belongingness as part of the Erasmus Generation. This is the number that garagErasmus aims to reunite on their online platform by “checking-in” each and every Erasmus from all corners of Europe while releasing the economic potential behind this […]

Vom încărunți cu toții, într-un final, dar o putem face, împreună, mult mai târziu!

Decembrie 2013. Câteva sute de protestatari în Piața Universității. Am fi putut fi mai mulți. Oare am încărunțit cu toții? În urma modificării Codului Penal și a promovării legii amnistiei de către politicienii useliști din Parlamentul României am decis să-mi dedic un gram din timpul meu pe acest pământ și o reprezentare creativă a ceea ce […]

IKEA Internship 2012

Right after leaving Jönköping and Sweden to spend Christmas at home, I got accepted for a 3 month internship at IKEA in Romania as part of my last semester of studies. This was possible thanks to one terrific study counselor at my university who agreed for me to board on this opportunity at the same […]

JIBS United 2011

JIBS United is a voluntary project that I worked on during my first year of my master program (at my university in Sweden). I was involved in my school’s student association and was elected to coordinate the communication committee and effectively, the university magazine, JIBS United. Overall, it was an interesting and fun experience but […]

Erasmus House at RIUF Bucharest

I was in Bucharest for a while during march and RIUF was in town. RIUF is the Romanian International University Fair where around 100 universities from around Europe seek Romanian brilliant minds to recruit. So, I went there to talk about Erasmus House. I was really curious what they have to say about the project […]

European social paralysis

Following my experiences studying and working in different European countries I conceptualized a theory named “social paralysis” that builds up the foundation of many of my (ad)ventures. Social paralysis intervenes when widely generalized stereotypes diminish a person’s individual capacity to make rationale, just and impartial decisions. Social paralysis can be described when one individual has […]