WHAT WE ARE DOING AS REPRESENTATIVES

Charter of Students' Rights and Duties

Have you ever heard of it? The Charter of Rights and Duties of University Students at Politecnico in Milan sets out the inalienable rights...

Next semester: the modalities

At its meeting on 18 January, the Academic Senate, in accordance with the new Prime Ministerial Decree of 14 January, established the procedures for...

Student Council, 14 December 2020

What did we talk about? Equal Opportunities Polytechnic Following what emerged on social media during the day against violence against women, it is...

Distribution of sanitary towels and other hygiene products in the University: soon to be a reality!

Great news from the student council of 14 December 2020! The Vice-Chancellor informed that the university has started a study of...

AUIC school, what are we doing?

1. Moments of confrontation and debate between representatives and teachers, in order to draw up the new regulations for admissions to the Master's degree programmes. ...

Victory!

A victory year after year: Politecnico guarantees scholarships for everyone. The University has earmarked around 5.9 million euros for the...

OUR ACTIVITIES

Lanterna #50, Pride edition!

We invite you to read the most colourful edition of Lanterna!Today's politicians and leaders lack foresight - as well as humanity,...

Beyond Design - Designing outside the box to meet the challenges of the future

Designing in 2021 means designing for a fluid society, where continuous change is the only constant. We propose a series of meetings...

Java Webapp - March 2021

Terna Sinistrorsa is pleased to present to all students of Politecnico in Milan a training opportunity...

Security Soft Start - March 2021

Terna Sinistrorsa is pleased to present once again to all students of Politecnico in Milan a training opportunity...

At least once a year

27 and 28 December 2020 at 21:00 you have a commitment! We wish we could say in a beautiful theatre or a cool community centre, that this...

Waiting for Gaber

You are all invited to the conference organised in collaboration with Fondazione Gaber and Lorenzo Luporini ''Waiting for Gaber'' that will take place on Tuesday...

Lanterna: Latest Issues

Lanterna #50, Pride edition!

We invite you to read the most colourful edition of Lanterna!Today's politicians and leaders lack foresight - as well as humanity,...

The new Lanterna #49 is out!

Against all odds that have tried to stand in our way, here we are with a sparkling new edition of Lanterna, now in its 49th year...

The new Lanterna #48 is out!

There are some things that hardly change with the passage of time, specifically: quarantine and bigotry. Despite the fact that both are...

The New Lanterna #47 is out!

A pandemic has broken into our lives, they have tried to make us think on one track, intimidate us, arrest us and they have...

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WHO WE ARE

A voice of the left, Terna Sinistrorsa is open and non-partisan. We propose ourselves as a student association, which through the continuous exchange of ideas and opinions, is open to debate on university, political and cultural issues. What unites us and makes us a close-knit group is our desire to discuss what surrounds us and the commitment and passion we put into everything we do, from representing students to organising cultural activities.

HOW WE WORK

Every Wednesday we meet to discuss proposals to bring to the University bodies, believing that only after a broad discussion among us students can we truly bring the voice of those we represent to the bodies. We always try to achieve improvements in the university life of students, defending their rights, fighting against injustice, guided by the ideal of fairness.
At the city level, we collaborate with other left-wing lists in Milan to bring the voice of the students outside the university walls, trying to achieve achievements at the city level.

What are our ideals

For us, being left-wing means having and sharing theidea of a progressive society that is open and supportive and guarantees equal civil and economic rights for all. It means sharing the idea of a university that guarantees everyone the right to study, to quality teaching and to a culturally and socially lively and stimulating university life.
These are the ideals that drive us every day to represent the students and to put ourselves on the line in the first person, because we know that we cannot change the world on our own, but we also know that standing still will not make us better.

and without representation what wouldn't you have?

RIGHT TO STUDY

RIGHT TO STUDY GRANTS GUARANTEED TO ALL

WE WERE ABLE TO GUARANTEE ALL ELIGIBLE STUDENTS A GRANT FOR THE RIGHT TO STUDY

LEONARDO SQUARE PEDESTRIANISED

WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN PEDESTRIANISING PIAZZA LEONARDO DA VINCI

CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND DUTIES

WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN GETTING THE CHARTER OF STUDENTS' RIGHTS AND DUTIES APPROVED.

MORE STUDIO SPACES

WE MANAGED TO GET A 24-HOUR SPACE AND EXTENDED LIBRARY HOURS

FREE SOFTWARE

WE HAVE MANAGED TO GET MANY OF THE SOFTWARE PACKAGES THAT TEACHERS ASK US FOR EVERY DAY (MATLAB AND ADOBE AMONG THE LATEST) FREE OF CHARGE.

MORE SERVICES

WE MANAGED TO GET MORE FACILITIES FOR US STUDENTS: FREE WATER DISPENSERS, NEW LOCKERS FOR ARCHITECTS, MICROWAVES AND MORE SPACE TO EAT LUNCH.

HOW DOES REPRESENTATION WORK?

ORIENTATION MAPS

Terna Sinistrorsa