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  • Connie LuAfter a long, exhausting trip, our Core Course Week is finished. It was a crazy ride, and I think everyone in my class was both mentally and physically drained. However, it was a whole lot of fun! We bonded as a group and we learned so much about prostitution and ... >>Read more

  • Elyse Lawson Hej Hej Hej! This week has been one of the most hectic and rewarding weeks as far as school goes. You would think that only having one class every day […] >>Read more

  • Christina RaquelHi Christina! I am junior at Pomona College, who is seriously considering applying to DIS Copenhagen. I am a neuroscience major, and saw that they have a neuroscience program, which […] >>Read more

  • Rachel FelgerWell, it has been a full month now. I can’t believe it and I honestly don’t want to. Mainly because this week starts the many exams, essays and presentations due. On that note, I need to get back to studying, so I will keep this post short. This past week ... >>Read more

  • Gavin CrowellThis’ll be a fun post. You heard about academia on my last post; here’s what I’ve been doing when I’m not in the classroom or doing what my class dictates. First, I met my visiting family! Having watched my friend meet their families for weeks, I was anxious to meet ... >>Read more

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