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  • SarahIn today’s news…Our SRA’s decided to hold an event for our building—including both the social justice and outdoor LLC folks—we were broken down into four teams and put through three “strenuous” tests to see whowould come out on top and win a surprise dessert.After some thrilling icebreakers, thecreativity, architectural ability, ... >>Read more

  • KayleeWhen setting up my semester in Copenhagen, the toughest thing for me to decide was where I was going to live. I’ve only been here for 2 weeks and I couldn’t be happier with my DRC! The DIS website does a great job of describing, explaining, and comparing housing options ... >>Read more

  • MaggieI’ve been so busy this past week with Assignment 1 for my architecture course! Eventually our class will be going on a study tour to Finland and Sweden, so in preparation, we were divided into groups and given buildings in… Continue reading → >>Read more

  • SarahI firmly believe that everyone should move to a new place at least once in their life. Having to adjust to a new culture and calling a new place home is something that is equally challenging and rewarding. I had to do it when I moved from Winchester to Nashville, ... >>Read more

  • KateToday we went to Roskilde’s Viking museum >>Read more

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