Nådiga Lundtan Launches a Web Magazine

Well, since you are reading this you probably already found out. It is with great excitement, pride and gratitude to my fellow editors that I am writing this article. The world is transforming into a digitalized one and Lundtan is of course succeeding this development. A web magazine opens up plenty of opportunities and I…

lundtan Avatar

Well, since you are reading this you probably already found out.

It is with great excitement, pride and gratitude to my fellow editors that I am writing this article. The world is transforming into a digitalized one and Lundtan is of course succeeding this development. A web magazine opens up plenty of opportunities and I am going to make sure that we make the most of them. Next semester I am taking over the position as editor and my hopes and expectations for the future of Lundtan are sky high.

Do not worry, though. The web magazine is not to be viewed as a replacement for the paper magazine but as an additional benefit of being a member of LundaEkonomerna. Having a physical paper in your hands is a totally different feeling that we are not yet ready to give up. This web, however, will be continuously updated with the latest regarding economics, culture, debate and of course, LundaEkonomerna. News will come quicker and be available to everyone and everywhere, and the content will be more amusing and relevant than ever.

As the semester is starting this fall, and the ghost town is getting back alive as all the students return, the release of our web magazine will be fully completed. We are also going to recruit a completely new committee with writers, art directors and an ad team. Stay tuned if you are interested in being a part of this upcoming amazing journey!

I do wish you all an amazing summer. Relax, read (preferably Nådiga Lundtan), work, HAVE FUN and load up with lots of energy – because this fall will be energetic!

About Nådiga Lundtan

Founded in 1948 and has since been an important part of student life in the economics program at Lund University. Nådiga Lundtan covers a wide range of topics related to economics, society, and politics, as well as careers, entrepreneurship, and innovation. It is a platform for students to share their ideas and opinions on economics and related fields.

View more articles
  • Are you Ready for this year’s Valborg Brunch Bonanza? 

    On the big day of festivities that Valborg is in Lund, many like to kick-start the day with a nice brunch together with friends. However, no matter how delicious brunches are, they sometimes tend to be the same old. Why not dig into various options in revamping the brunch a notch? So here, my ladies…

  • Beyond the Numbers: Happiness in a World in Crisis

    Who is the happiest? Every year, a study is conducted where the happiest country in the world is selected. For seven consecutive years, Finland has secured its place at the top of this esteemed list. In a world where happiness often feels elusive, an annual beacon shines a light on the path to contentment. The…

  • 2024 Was the Year I Pulled Off My Phone-Detox, and It Is Even Better Than Imagined 

    It all began during an especially rough patch in my recent exam period (It was at the point where I had no nails left, and my diet consisted exclusively of Dafgårds Färdigrätter). A friend pitched the idea of deleting all forms of entertainment from our phones, in the pursuit of getting the most studying possible…