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  • Natalia PfeiferWell, today was Wednesday. And you know what that means at DIS – field study day! I’ve already mentioned a little bit about field studies in a previous post, and how enriching they can be to the classroom experience. Today, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to volunteer ... >>Read more

  • Matt CorbinSo I’ve never been to a ballet before, let alone a Danish ballet. Well, tonight I went to the ballet on a field study with my Danish Language and Culture class to see the Kameliadamen (english: The Lady of the Camellias). Our destination?—the Det Kongelige Teater (english: Royal Danish Theater). ... >>Read more

  • Matt CorbinSo I’ve never been to a ballet before, let alone a Danish ballet. Well, tonight I went to the ballet on a field study with my Danish Language and Culture class to see the Kameliadamen (english: The Lady of the Camellias). Our destination?—the Det Kongelige Teater (english: Royal Danish Theater). ... >>Read more

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  • Jon HansonToday marks one month since I arrived in Copenhagen, and it has been an amazing ride so far. I am learning so much not only in my classes, but also about Danish culture, and even a little bit about myself. However, although I may be currently residing in the world’s ... >>Read more

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