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  • KelseyHappy 75th birthday to Queen Margrethe II! (Thank you Emma for taking the video after my phone died.) >>Read more

  • Jane My kollegium is located on Amager (pronounced ‘Ah-mah’), an island southeast of the DIS area. It will generally take about 15-30 minutes to get to class depending on when you leave as well as which mode of transportation you decide to take. (Amager is the big chunk of land in ... >>Read more

  • KelseyOn April 16th, the Danish queen, Queen Margrethe II, turned 75 years old (she’s been reigning since 1972). The royal family had been celebrating all week, as my host family and I had watched on TV. Wednesday night, there was a big dinner celebration at Christiansborg Palace, and Thursday there ... >>Read more

  • KelseyOn Wednesday, my Food Systems class learned how to cook Nordic cuisine with Gastronomisk Legestue (Gastronomic Playgroup). It is a voluntary student-run group of food science students from the University of Copenhagen. We split off into groups and made a three course meal from fresh, Nordic ingredients and lots of ... >>Read more

  • KateMy friends and I met two people from Korea, one from London, and a local street performer from Florence. Lorenzo, the street performer and our new found friend, led us to this jazz club. >>Read more

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