What an amazing NESU-spring we have had ‒ all together eight events of our own, which included
traditional sitzparties and some new experiments, and many more in other NESU-cities around Finland and
in Tallinn. NESU-TuKY board of 2017 kicked off the new year with the Kidsparty sitzparty, which was a huge
success and the first time our board got to arrange an event all by ourselves. In February, we joined forces
with TSE graduates and Turun Seudun Ekonomit at the traditional Patu sitzparty and threw a sitzparty for
Board of NESU-Jyväskylä is formed by six handsome guys who truly have been active in NESU-events
during this spring. Our four freshmen and two ”old brakes” have made NESU-Jyväskylä known in
Jyväskylä and also in other cities.
Head of our board is second year student Tommi Hokkanen, who made himself known last year by
being an active nesuit and head of communications in NESU-Jyväskyläs board. Hokkanen spent his
first month as head of the board in South-East Asia to take some time to think who he will manage
Hello from Joensuu!
The year 2017 has been wonderful so far; busy but rewarding. This year has begun well with the new board of NESU-Optimi. Our new board consists of following members: new President is Eevi Kilpeläinen and Karita Hassinen works as a Communicator. Teemu Rekola takes care of marketing (including our Instagram account, remember to follow @nesuoptimi !) and Venla Koljonen is the Food Master. Stella Laukkanen is the Beverage Master and Reetta Saastamoinen is in charge of decorations.
NESU-KY ‘17 has 9 members of the board and 54 active members. Together we form a tight and amazing group. With this group, we organize all the traditional and some new events in 2017.
Our year began in January with our first event, Aktiivien harkkasitsit or Rehersal Sitzparty for Active Year. The sitzparty is a NESU-KY tradition, in which older NESU-KY members teach the new nesuits to sitz. The evening was a lot of fun and brought our year together as a group. One of the highlights of the sitzparty was an older member teaching us how to dance Anima Libera.
2017 has kicked off with a whole new board for NESU-Hanken I Vasa. The board has been expanded with one additional position: NESU-Hanken I Vasa now has its very own program coordinator! We spent most of January and indeed the beginning of February getting acquainted with each other and the new NESU-boards in Finland. Most of NESU-Hanken I Vasa’s board attended NESU-Dagen in January and we really had a great time. It was a pleasure making new friends and catching up with old friends. Kudos to NESU-Finanssi for a fantastic NESU-Dagen!