Editorial #128

Athchomar chomakea! Summer is coming (and Jon Snow is alive). I bet all of us are having some kind of sunburn from the amazing weather Skåne has given us these past weeks, and I am so happy my freckles are starting to appear again. For me, this past schoolyear has been some what a roller…

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Athchomar chomakea!

Summer is coming (and Jon Snow is alive). I bet all of us are having some kind of sunburn from the amazing weather Skåne has given us these past weeks, and I am so happy my freckles are starting to appear again. For me, this past schoolyear has been some what a roller coaster. I have had a hard time trying to figure out what I would like to do with my life, and questioned if my line of education is right for me or not. I guess most of you are familiar with this kind of life crisis and the anxious feeling of not knowing who you are or evan what you enjoy in life. However, I have come to the realisation that it is a good sign to feel miserable sometimes, it means that you have ambitions and goals in life. I suppose feeling as if you are not heading anywhere is due to the easy life pattern of a student. By this time next year, when I am finishing my Bachelors degree I will probably have come up with answers to what I want to do and where I want to go.

Enough about my anxiety. Working with Lundtan this year has taught me a lot about stress, responsibility and leadership, and I do not doubt that my substitute, Amel Salam, will do a great job next semester. I am very proud of our writers who kept surprising me with incredibly well written articles. I would also like to give a huge thanks to Sofia Bjursåker, Head of Communications of the Student Union, who has been supporting us through our ups and downs and who has helpt us improving our work everyday! And Carl, our Art Director who has been the reason for our amazing layout, you have done a superb job!

It is now time for me to resign and check out from Lundtan. So, I hereby write my last sentence for the magazine.

Dothras chek

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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.

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