What is a Russekort?

What does Russ mean in Norway?

Every year, Norwegian teens on the cusp of graduating from high school celebrate "russefeiring" or "the russ," a month-long celebration centered on drinking, party buses, and wild challenges. Partying during the wild month often reaches absurd peaks.Apr 18, 2018

What is the bus in skam?

Throughout the Series

Pepsi Max was introduced in Season 1 as a Russ bus including Eva's former friends, Sara and Ingrid. Vilde and Chris were also part of this Russ bus before getting kicked out.

What is the drinking age in Norway?

Alcohol. To buy wine or beer in Norway, the minimum age is 18 years. For spirits, it is 20 years. Beer can be found in most shops, but is only sold before 8 pm on weekdays or 6 pm on Saturdays.

Is there prom in Norway?

Many countries hold their prom-equivalent in the winter which is considered “ball season”. Norway's “Nyttårsballet” actually means “the new year's ball” and is held in the winter. In New Zealand, while the tradition is very similar in the US, the “Debutante Ball” is held in the winter as well.

How does the Norwegian school system work?

There are two main parts: primary school (years 1–7) and lower secondary school (years 8–10). Pupils start primary school in the calendar year when they turn 6, and they normally complete lower secondary school in the year they turn 16.

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