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  • Jessica MenachemsonWhere do I start? Travel week 3: incredible, busy, beautiful, success. Scotland:First, Nina and I went to Scotland and split up to visit our friends in Edinburgh and Glasgow. It was so amazing to see Melissa and see where she’s been studying this semester. It was such a beautiful city, ... >>Read more

  • Matt CorbinAs a native californian, I’m not a huge fan of winter. Bears don’t like winter either. Hence the whole hibernation thing. You’ll have to forgive my absence on the blog over the last several weeks as I’ve clearly been hibernating. Today I realized something… I’m not a bear… and should ... >>Read more

  • Annette Lee(at st gerold community center, st gerold, austria) our weeklong assignment one case study from august. from research, presenting, and model making to visiting it in person on the long study tour; it was a very cool experience. one of the best groups I have worked with, and we all ... >>Read more

  • Jon HansonAs a field study for my Intermediate Danish class this past Wednesday, I journeyed to Klampenborg, north of Copenhagen, to see Dyrehaven. Meaning “the deer park” in Danish, Dyrehaven is a forested area of more than 10 square kilometers filled with a huge population of deer. The history of the ... >>Read more

  • Yana AzovaTry as I may it’s impossible to escape the thoughts that there are only three weeks left in the semester. The topic comes up in conversations left and right. As part of my final project for Danish class I need to write a reflection paper on my semester here. So, ... >>Read more

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