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  • Maggie SteinA slow week after the last travel break: I can’t believe I’ll be home in 23 days! It feels like I just got here! Still so much to see and […] >>Read more

  • Amanda SpitzenbergerNorway did it again. Only this time, I never wanted to leave. If we decided to pack up and move to Bergen tomorrow, there would be nothing and no one to stop me. I mean, I wouldn’t want to go alone, so that means everyone related/friends with me would have ... >>Read more

  • The DIS BlogCheck out Gus Griffin’s experience as the intern responsible for the European Politics, Sociology, and Urban Studies programs, and a bit about his daily life in Copenhagen! DIS: What is your name, home university, DIS semester and program, and what … Continue reading → >>Read more

  • Annette Leethe bauhaus we actually have a few people from my home university studying abroad in dessau currently, but they were all at oktoberfest in munich when we went. sad. as a result, dessau was particularly dead when we walked around at night. to cheer us up, our tour leaders took ... >>Read more

  • Natalia PfeiferIt’s that time of the semester when things become stressful. When it gets hard to focus on what’s really meaningful, our own good fortune, and our sense of self. But when I looked up from my Photoshop project in a DIS computer lab and saw this, I remembered how lucky ... >>Read more

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