• Understanding PFAS: The Invisible Threat

    Have you ever heard about the PFAS? Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, are human-made chemicals not found naturally in the environment. While PFAS offers various practical applications, their pervasive presence and environmental persistence raise critical concerns. PFAS molecules, known for their durability, do not decompose, leading to their accumulation in the environment and nature.…

  • Is my hometown a potential Blue Zone? And what are they?

    Something that has recently caught my interest are the five blue zones that exist around the world. Blue zones are geographic areas where people have lower rates of chronic diseases and a longer life expectancy. This new found interest started when I began watching a Netflix series called “Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue…

  • From Cowboys to Kardashians: The Power of Jeans

    One thing that middle-class families, pop stars and carpenters have in common is their love for jeans. Yes, you read it right- jeans! Whether you are a suburban dad running errands or an artist performing on stage, jeans are worn. It is one of the most versatile items and materials of clothing due to its…

  • The beautiful architecture in Lund

    We are privileged to study in a city that has many buildings with incredibly beautiful architecture. Most of the buildings have been standing here for many years and hopefully many more to come. The old buildings’ architecture is different from how architects design and create art in today’s society. Our society’s thought of “less is…

  • An eee Success Story

    The eeeDays offers the ultimate platform for your journey towards employment. Read more about the career fair, how the fair will take place despite the ongoing pandemic, and how four previous students at Lund University School of Economics and Management got employed after attending the career-fair. Nådiga Lundtan presents: An eeeSuccess story. How It All…

  • When LUSEM Lets You Down

    Most often the structure of classes and the teacher’s efforts work well together in order to bring the students of LUSEM a well-functioning program and organized courses that let us learn, excel, and prosper as students. With experience and knowledge that spans centuries, the school makes sure to guide the students forward, preferably in a…

  • Not another C*****virus article?!

    “Oh no, not another Corona based article” you might think, but worry not! This is just a reflection about what I, and probably many others, have learnt during these times of social distancing. 1. I love to bake, but I’m honestly not very good at it. Endless sourdough attempts, a kitchen covered in flour and…

  • How to be a Swede (if you‘re not)

    When you move to another country, or maybe even continent, interactions with a new culture can be challenging and difficulties in understanding how to adapt often befall. In 2018 international students constituted 20% of the total students in Lund, of whom students on Masters’s program were as high as 60%. In other words, the presence…

  • Screw it, Let’s do it!

    A source of inspiration for all daring LundaEkonomer. Entrepreneurs are inspirational. It takes a certain kind of madness to risk one’s own living and social security to plunge themselves into the grim world of business. There are threats in every corner, there are unforeseen expenses and there’s a phenomenal quantity of challenges. For most of…