• Your New Favourite Rock Band is Coming to Malmö This Saturday and I Have Had the Privilege to Interview Them

    Picture: Tom HedlundIf you have read my previous articles you might know that I am especially passionate about two things in life: Cinema and alternative/indie rock. Thus, when I got notified that one of my favourite (probably the favourite), slightly underground, indie rock bands were coming to Malmö för a gig this weekend, I followed…

  • Intern at Simon-Kucher & Partners: A steep learning curve and a lot of responsibility

    Oliver Lönegård is a bachelor student at International Business at Lund University who wanted to know more about what is was like to be a consultant. He joined Simon-Kucher & Partners for an internship over the summer and shares his experiences as an intern at one of the world’s leading consultancies within commercial excellence. Can…

  • How your voice can change education at LUSEM

    A lot of different things can be associated with LundaEkonomerna, like the Novice week or the eeeDays. However, the main purpose of the union is Educational Surveillance. I met Samuel Trönndal, Vice President of LundaEkonomerna’s board, and Sebastian Krook, the Educational Affairs Manager, to discuss what Educational Surveillance means, and to understand its importance. So…

  • UNIQLO: a career-highway!

    The opportunities for newly graduated students are endless. Even if “endless opportunities” can be both exciting and fun, they can also be stressful and confusing. What is the right path for you? I met Cindy Grahn, a former board member of LundaEkonomerna, who told me about her unexpected path to become a Store Manager at…

  • Cozy Christmas or child rights crisis?

    We have been given the unique opportunity to have an interview with Pernilla Baralt, Executive Director of UNICEF Sweden. With her help, we get an insight into how the well-being of children and young people around the world looks like and how it is affected during holidays. She has previously worked for the EU Commission…

  • Vinterbalen – The return to AF

    Vinterbalen was for the first time held in 2000 and that was the beginning of an annual ball to thank and honor all of our hard-working members that proudly represent LundaEkonomerna throughout the year. Vinterbalen is one of Lund’s biggest balls and the second-largest white tie ball in the nordic region. Because of corona, the…

  • Oatly: Is all press, good press?

    Our world is falling apart. Slowly, but consistently. In ten years, it will be too late to stop the environmental crisis, and we need to act now. “How?” is the question that burdens our generation. In fact, even our food consumption has a negative impact on the climate. Livsmedelsverket tells us that our food consumption…

  • Goodbye Zoom – Hello School!

    It’s Sunday evening, and my alarm is set at 06.00 am. Monday is approaching, exams are coming up, and I’m about to have my most productive week of this semester so far. I’ll workout in the mornings, study microeconomics harder than Marie Curie on radioactivity – simply get stuff done. At least that’s what I’m…

  • The Novice Week in Lund

    The Novice Week has been a spectacular happening for new business students for many years. The event is created by the Novice Committee and the main purpose is to introduce new students to Lund as a city, the student union of LundaEkonomerna, and most importantly all their new friends. The COVID-19 situation has affected all…

  • Oh, Mr President!

    What made you apply to the board and how did you know that the President post would fit you the best? I could go on for way too long answering this question… (And believe me, you do not want me to start getting “långrandig”). Our Union is great! Since I moved to Lund, it has…