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  • Sarah|| USA vs. DENMARK ||Along with having one of the most exciting moments of my life standing two feet from Eddie Redmayne, we also had an evening of adventure. A huge DIS crew headed down to Aarhus for the Denmark vs. USA friendly soccer match. Even though it was an ... >>Read more

  • KayleeNot having actual classes on Wednesdays is a unique thing that DIS has set up to allow for experiential learning through “field studies” while also giving us free time in the city to explore if you don’t have any field trips. Yesterday I had the whole day free and was ... >>Read more

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  • AdamThis past weekend I took a cruise to Oslo, the Norwegian capital, with some friends, which we found to be not overly expensive and a fun way to spend a few days. It was my first cruise! Turns out I love boats. Who knew. The journey from Copenhagen to Oslo ... >>Read more

  • KateExchanging “tourist” for “explorer” My best friend from Seattle has come to visit me in Denmark! Of course I’ve been taking him to all of my favorite finds here in Copenhagen, but we are also using this opportunity to explore new spots! So far we are finding amazing restaurants, museums, ... >>Read more

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