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  • Yana AzovaMonday 01/09 After learning about the Viking Age in my Danish Language and Culture class (fun fact: the Danes are incredibly proud of their Viking heritage because it is considered the most successful period of time for their kingdom. The Danish monarchs proceeded to lose more and more land as ... >>Read more

  • Annette Leecore course week (ccw) was last week, and was our first dis led trip. I’ve been back for a week now, but I’m still struggling to stay afloat and catch up on all my work (and life). essentially, ccw is a week dedicated to your core course for me, architectural ... >>Read more

  • Jordan SessaHello again! It seems like every time I write a new blog post I have to start off by apologizing for being a bit late and talking about how busy I’ve been. I think from now on it would be better to leave that out, and just let it be ... >>Read more

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  • Amanda SpitzenbergerImagine being transported, randomly, to any city or town in the world. It could be a farm in the middle of Kansas, the mountains of Transylvania, Chang Mai in Thailand, or an historic European city center. But – here’s the catch. You’re not told where you are – your job ... >>Read more

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