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And the iPhone goes to…

Economics student Rodica Plamadeala almost took pride in not having a smart phone

Trying to find the venue for a meeting recently, Economics student Rodica Plamadeala, originally from Moldova, called up on her low-tech ‘normal’ mobile. Her former boss told her to “just look up the address on your smartphone”.

“But I don’t have a smartphone,” she replied.

“Well then,” he quipped, “the only thing that is smart is you”.

She has now won the main prize in the University Post / Uniavisen competition, and it is a new iPhone5 smartphone from

Regular reader

Rodica, who now also has a student assistant job helping out with experimental economics, is a regular reader of

“I regularly share and post University Post stories on a Romanian students’ group GRASP’s facebook page when I find something really useful. For example the guide to shops where you can buy cheap clothes,” she says.

Not enough with just the University Post, she even reads the Danish-language, as she is learning Danish: “I read the articles with a dictionary next to me, to help me improve my vocabulary,” she says.

Winners informed

Other prize winners include Karima Bint Omar Mahdaoui and Lukas A. Lausen who have won two tickets to Tivoli and two caps.

Musa Büyükuslu, Jeppe Bo Svendsen, Carl Thomas Anthon, Andreas Philip Heide, Christine Holm Pedersen and Casper-Emil Tingskov Pedersen have won six drinks at the Studenterhuset café and a fancy textile bag. Congratulations!

The winners have been informed and they can collect their prizes at the University Post newsroom, Nørregade 10

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