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  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: April 10-11, 2021

    The spring is testing us again by making this weekend in our favorite city windy and potentially rainy. Some of us might take that as a sign to stay inside and finish their thesis (raises hand), but even this exceptionally important activity can be put aside for a while. Anyway, you will definitely feel better and more inspired after a visit to one of the events featured in our guide this week. Enjoy! 


  • This Mostly Stay-At-Home Weekend in St. Petersburg: August 22-23, 2020

    Can you believe there are only two weekends left this August to make this summer a great one against all the odds? If you’re ready to set off for some new adventures, then open your laptop or grab your mask and sanitizer – and let’s jump right into the last carefree days of the year! 


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: June 2-3

    Looking for something fun to do in St. Petersburg on the first summer weekend? Check out our list of the coolest summer events!


  • ITMO Celebrates 404 Day with Festival of Street Art

    It’s no coincidence that we celebrate Internet Day on April 4. Error 404, “Page Not Found”, has become a cultural staple; music bands and social projects are named after it, while actual 404 pages become places where web designers express their creativity. ITMO University celebrated the Internet Day in an Art&Science fashion, inviting St. Petersburg’s street artists to show off their skills. Visitors could also try their hand at making street art alongside the pros.


  • Clean Slate: How to Fight Illegal Ads Through Blogging and Make Graffiti a Form of Fine Art

    The case-tournament LeaderCup Legal Ads took place at the “Boiling Point” creative space organized by Russian Agency for Strategic Initiatives. It was dedicated to fighting unauthorized advertisements and illegal graffiti in St. Petersburg. 10 teams made up of 150 local students proposed more than 50 various solutions to solve the issues related to maintaining the Northern Capital’s refined image. ITMO University’s students who took part in the tournament have secured the second place. ITMO.NEWS spoke with their members and found out more about how everyone can help against illegal advertising and graffiti.