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  • Jon HansonAs the weather gets increasingly chilly here in Copenhagen, it is hard to think about global warming and climate change. Earlier this week, however, artist Olafur Eliasson and geologist Minik Rosing placed twelve giant chunks of imported Greenlandic ice in Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen’s City Hall Square. The public awareness exhibit shows ... >>Read more

  • Elyse Lawson Traveling to Istanbul was such an experience – between the academic visits and trying to see as much of the city and cultural places as possible, it was great to […] >>Read more

  • Gavin CrowellSo, I got to go to Munich and Salzburg to learn neuroscience from a global perspective, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint. The basis of my application essay to get in to DIS was founded on that very principle (studying the world from as many lenses as ... >>Read more

  • Justyna KepaAnother week for the win! I cannot stress how amazing it is to travel every two weeks and see (and taste) so much of Europe while studying abroad (serious points to DIS and their DIScovery Trip Program). If you want … Continue reading → >>Read more

  • Connie LuA city known for its canals, its role in the popular novel, The Fault in Our Stars, its infamous Red Light District, and its legalization of a certain green plant, Amsterdam was a fun, to put it simply, place to spend our long study tour. It wasn’t what I expected ... >>Read more

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