New board from July, 1st!
After an election marathon on the 11th of May UPF Lund is happy to announce that the new board for the upcoming legislature period 2017/18 has been elected.
A list of the new representatives can be found: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8m3YCY0c8JuUkJOdGxNUGI5WlU/view
The current board wishes the the new board all the best for their upcoming tasks and is sure that they will continue the successful work UPF Lund has done in the past.
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