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  • Amanda SpitzenbergerI officially finished my first full week of classes! Hard to get used to waking up at 6:15 again. I haven’t had to do that since high school, and I have obviously lost my touch of waking up on the first alarm. I have to set it forty-five minutes early ... >>Read more

  • Jon HansonComing from a small conservative town and being raised under the influence of the Catholic Church, I struggled quite a bit with accepting and understanding my sexuality in high school. Moving to Minneapolis for university — a much more socially liberal area filled with kind and accepting people — worked ... >>Read more

  • Yana AzovaI was biking along Vestergade with my friend Veronica last Friday, and as we drew closer to København University the sound of pure unfiltered joy grew more and more pronounced. Obviously at the time we had no idea what it was, but instead of turning right to go home, we ... >>Read more

  • Gavin CrowellI thought I’d make a nice little post of the most humorous, interesting, funny, or notable things I’ve seen this week. None of my droning voice, either. Doubly excellent! Sorry for the weird formatting. WordPress is weird about pictures. I don’t think … Continue reading → >>Read more

  • Gavin CrowellAs you may or may not know, I’m in the Arts and Culture LLC at DIS. We have this beautiful house positioned right smack dab in the center of Copenhagen that makes it ridiculously easy to access all sorts of Copenhagen gems, including everything a tourist would dream of seeing. ... >>Read more

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