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  • Elyse Lawson It seems absolutely crazy that I’ve been back in Copenhagen for over a week since Istanbul… time really does go by faster on this side of the pond. and my […] >>Read more

  • Elyse Lawson Today, I learned a new Danish word: Skumringstime Technically, it just means “dusk” or “twilight, ” like the time when the sun has just slipped under the horizon and the […] >>Read more

  • Hannah Durant Our second travel break crept up on me faster than I expected! Only having 2 weeks of classes in between travel breaks really keeps you running at full speed all the time. For… Continue reading → >>Read more

  • Rachel FelgerHalloween, the typically American celebration, has spread to Copenhagen! It all started not too many years ago when the theme park in downtown Copenhagen opened its doors with festive Halloween decorations! It has now spread and many family have traditions themselves such as carving pumpkins. Though the trick-or-treating has not ... >>Read more

  • 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

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