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  • Natalia PfeiferOh boy, am I tired. Not only because I woke up at 5:30 am to get the airport, though that’s certainly part of it. It’s the 10 miles I walked today while learning about the advancements in Ireland that took place over the course of centuries, spanning from Medieval battles ... >>Read more

  • Justyna KepaThe DIS Buddy Network is another great aspect of studying abroad in Copenhagen. Because classes at DIS are in English, the whole student body consists of students from American universities studying abroad. While this can be a great way to … Continue reading → >>Read more

  • Natalia PfeiferAs I type this, my suitcase lays open, half packed and disheveled, while Spotify’s “Irish Folk – Jigs and Reels” playlist runs through in the background. This can only mean one thing – it’s time for my long study tour! Tomorrow, I’ll be flying to Dublin, Ireland with my core ... >>Read more

  • Lindsey SusolikThis post is a little late, as my Holocaust and Genocide class went to Germany for the weekend to see a concentration camp, but better late than never right. We went to see the Neuengamme concentration camp, which is just outside of Hamburg. While we only went for Saturday and ... >>Read more

  • Tim VillaneuvaSo here at DIS it is mid semester exam week, which is for some, terrible. I am not one of those people as I only has one exam this week (however I have two papers due the week after break). It is a stressful week, which can only properly be ... >>Read more

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