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  • Kate"What’s your story, WOMAN?" >>Read more

  • JennaIn which I list a few places I have eaten within the last week or so, where I would recommend going…Studenterhuset—The Student House, where DIS students get discounted coffee, muffins, and everything else available. Also has really fun events. Here is a picture of my friend Aleksa and I learning ... >>Read more

  • GraceMy Danish Language + Culture professor likes to start off every class with our observations about Danish culture/ habits/ society that stand out to us. So here I dedicate Fridays to a special post about the idiosyncratic things I notice about the Danish around me that I would otherwise not ... >>Read more

  • GraceAdopted In Denmark —- My Visiting FamilyI am still in constant shock at how well DIS accommodates us. As you may all know, there are several housing options for students - the all DIS student residential dorms, kollegium (me), folk high schools and a Danish host family. Originally, the host ... >>Read more

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