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Millennials are having sex differently than previous generations, and it's freaking some adults out. What's going on?
If anxiety is so common, why are we told to go through it alone?
Translated by: Kasper Salonen
Immigration is one of the most significant moral quandaries of the 21st century. Nobody in Finland is suggesting we open our borders, but perhaps someone should.
How Silicon Valley and white-coat shamanism are making psychedelics middle-class again.
Kuva: Aapo Huhta.
Eeva Vekki has been paving the way in stand up for women. Also for herself; for the first time as a comedian, she will appear in front of a large audience: the host of Noin viikon studio on Yle.
Kuva: Miikka Pirinen.
Celebrity chef Hans Välimäki serves up black truffles and thousand-euro wine orders in one of Finland's most expensive eateries, the prestigious Palace restaurant. The fine dining experiences there are crafted by a team of young chefs with long shifts and dreams of striking out on their own.
Photo: Jaakko Kahilaniemi.
We asked science fiction author Risto Isomäki if eating insects is really the path to salvation.
Kuvitus: Anja Reponen.
President Sauli Niinistö is more political than many might think; but better not discuss it just before the next elections.
Kuva: Akseli Valmunen.
Ballet boss Kenneth Greve came to shake things up.
Kuvitus: Erkki Toukolehto.
They say the people have a sense of justice. But when the people were asked about what they thought would be appropriate punishments, a researcher was taken aback. There is one type of crime that receives especially harsh sentences in Finland.
Kuva: Liisa Vääriskoski.
A car is more than just a car, especially if it’s a BMW. @Munalissu from Instagram captured the essence of this year’s Bimmerparty for Ylioppilaslehti.
Kuva: Meri Björn.
Kuvitus: Kaarlo Stauffer.
The People’s Republic of China’s very own ice hockey team joined the KHL league last year. If the Chinese government achieves its goal, the nation will be hockey-crazy in just five years.
Kuva: Annikki Valomieli.
If the anti-immigration wing of the Finns Party seizes power, moderates like Tiina Elovaara will struggle. So why won’t they leave?
Kuvitus: Jenna Seikkula.
Trying to relive the glory of Nokia, a new venture by ex-employees of the former mobile phone giant was the most exciting tech project around. After five years, Jolla has produced a rough version of a smartphone, a tablet that flopped and tens of millions of euros in losses. However, there is still hope, if plans to expand to Russia and China go ahead.
Kuvitus: Emmi-Riikka Vartiainen.
The University’s administration was an easy target for the government’s massive budget cuts. So much was slashed from it, in fact, that the quality of teaching and research suffered.
Kuva: Nick Tulinen.
Tuisku Hakoniemi and Fedja Kamari from Töölön Ketterä have made grime cool enough for mainstream radio stations like YleX in only half a year. What do rap artist VilleGalle and Burger King have to do with it?
Last spring was a victorious one for feminists in Sweden: an MP from their Feminist Initiative was elected to the European Parliament. Finland is considering the founding of a similar party. But first, Finnish feminists need to decide what feminism actually means.
The National Coalition Party, Finland's largest political party, has been building its winner's identity since 2007. With Alexander Stubb as the party's frontman, everything seems to be on track.