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On this page, you can find press releases regarding the operations of Aalto University Student Union, statements and the image files for media usage.

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Primary Contact Persons

 Antti Ilmavirta

Antti Ilmavirta

Executive Director
 Ida Parkkinen

Ida Parkkinen

Hallituksen puheenjohtaja
 Nea Baarman

Nea Baarman

Advocacy and Communications Manager

 

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AYY’s press releases and statements

kuvassa kaksi taulua museon seinällä
Ajankohtaista, Press release Published:

Additions to AYY’s art collection - works on display at the Museum of Student Life

Seven works of art have been added to the art collection of Aalto University Student Union. The works of art are on display at AYY’s Museum of Student Life. The museum is open on Sundays from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Sauna
Ajankohtaista, Press release Published:

Saunas to reopen on 1 Mar 2023

Contrary to the previous decision, Aalto University Student Union decided to reopen saunas in rental facilities and to continue residents’ sauna reservations already on 1 Mar.
A huge snowy tree in the cold winter snow.
Ajankohtaista, Press release Published:

AYY is preventing the energy crisis - saunas closed for the winter season

Personal sauna reservations of Aalto University Student Union residents will be discontinued and saunas in rental facilities will be closed for energy saving reasons from 1 January to 31 March 2023. AYY also saves energy by lowering the temperature of staircases and storage spaces, for example.
Ajankohtaista, Kannanotot ja lausunnot Published:

Tuition fees cannot fix shortcomings in core funding

Parliamentary elections are approaching, the Ministry of Finance is proposing tuition fees as a Christmas present, and even university rectors are going along with the idea. What’s going on?

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