Susanni Lindström, cat lover
Josette Bushell-Mingo played Nina Simone at Riksteatern.
Alexandra Sundqvist, author and journalist.
Miles Rutendo Tanhira, transactivist and refugee from Zimbabwe.
Islamist groups in Bangladesh had Mishu Dhar in their dath list. However, the Swedish Migration Board rejected his application for asylum.
Gabriel studies at the School for Transportation and Vehicle Technology in Stockholm.
Nyamko Sabuni the next leader for the Liberal Party in Sweden.
Petra Marklund a.k.a. September.
Tarik Saleh director of the noir film "The Nile Hilton Incident".
Milena studies at the Stockholm Science & Innovation School in Kista.
Reem El Edelbi, 9, refugee from Libanon picked the library as her favourite spot at the school she attends in Stockholm "I want to be a business woman", she says.
Elisabeth Ritchey's son Alexander died from an overdose.
Hanna Ardéhn, actress.
Terese Bohman, author.
Robert Karjel, author and military officer.
Robin Roy is responsible for the archive of KTH.
Markus Robért, himself a bike commuter, researched about the commuting habits of KTH personnel.
Dan Eliasson, Director of the Swedish Police in a time of crisis.
Janne Söderberg sells the homeless magazine "Situation Stockholm". He dreams that his beloved Hammarby some day will win the league.
Venerable Miao Duo prepares for the celebration of Vesak.
The rockband Pascal.
Kristina von Oelreich, Sustainability Manager at KTH.
Fredrik Brunes wrote a book about valuing real estate.
Part of the ensemble of Teater Galeasen's production of Hamlet.
Robert Csapo, IT-engineer.
Peder Grunditz, CEO for the Bromma Airport.
Tanvir Mansur, writer and pod-producer.
Piotr Zettinger survived the Holocaust.
Lena Andersson, author.
Rickard Gustafson, CEO for SAS.
Roger Tiefensee left the first line of national politics for managing a cider factory.