OLL — for a more active student and higher education
Can you find municipal candidates who promote physical activity in voting advice applications?Blog
We went over the questions of a few voting advice applications and looked at how important a role physical activity plays in them. We paid special attention to how physical activity among students was taken into account in the questions.
The OLL office’s holiday dates this summerNews
The OLL office will be on holiday mainly in July.
One year ago, we published our Environmental Responsibility Programme. How did we do, and how has the Environmental Responsibility Programme changed our activities?
Students, use your vote in advance!Press release
Advance voting has become even more important for students after the municipal election was postponed. A significant portion of students move away from where they study for the summer months, which is why advance voting is a good way for students to make a difference in the municipal elections.
Oscar Byman: Exercise crucial to student wellbeingBlog
Oscar Byman, candidate for RKP in Helsinki, blogs about the municipal elections.
Physical activity fixes the corona-induced wellbeing deficiencyNews
Distance learning, forced by corona constraints, easily exposes the student to difficulties in concentration, body aches and loneliness. Even before the corona, students sat for nearly 11 hours a day. In light of these facts, higher education sports are a necessary pillar of student and staff well-being now in the final stages of the pandemic as well as when studies move back to campuses.
Jatkokysely koronan vaikutuksista korkeakoululiikuntaan on nyt ulkonaPress release
Elämme yhä koronan vaikutusten kanssa ja eritasoisia rajoituksia on yhä voimassa ympäri Suomea. Haluamme selvittää korkeakoululiikunnan tilannetta jatkoksi viime vuotiselle kyselylle. Kysely on koostettu aiempien kysymysten pohjalta.
Tips for organising online sports eventsNews
Online lectures, online meetings, online coffee breaks, online birthdays... Everyone is fed up and frustrated with anything starting with the qualifier ‘online’. There is one exception: sports events. They are usually preceded by the word “cancelled”.