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  • CarolineLife begins after coffee I’ve been taking these words of wisdom very seriously lately. The past few weeks have been packed full with midterms, group projects, and weekend trips, all crammed into a semester that’s quickly slipping away. I’ve reached the half way point in my semester abroad and I ... >>Read more

  • NatalyaOne of the most common questions I get from family and friends back home is “So, what’s Danish food like???” To satisfy everyone’s curiosity, I’ve diagrammed a very traditional Danish meal I had with my homestay family. Bear in mind–we do not eat like this every day! This type of ... >>Read more

  • HelenYesterday was quite a long day for me. I had an 8:30 AM exam for Danish Design followed by my philosophy class where we tried to dissect Heidegger’s “The Essence of Truth” and then moved onto my four hour graphic design class that was replaced by a fast paced gallery ... >>Read more

  • JennaMy field study today was a little less conventional. For my Cultural History of Travel class we went to touristy areas in Copenhagen to interview tourists. I went to Rosenberg Castle with my friend Christina. And we talked to a lot of people. When we were done interviewing people we ... >>Read more

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