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  • Q&A on Biking in Copenhagen

    November 29, 2019 by

    At my home university, I could wake up 30 minutes before class and still be one of the first people to arrive. Thankfully, Copenhagen boasts more than a quad and a handful of academic buildings. Unfortunately, living here makes my old morning routine impossible. Transportation, something I completely took for granted on a small campus,… Read more

  • Sightseeing in Copenhagen

    November 18, 2019 by

    Copenhagen is a beautiful city. Even on the days where I never see sunlight, I feel very lucky to live here. To me, the most beautiful, and honestly surprising, part of living in Denmark is the food. Sure, Rosenborg Castle is a “national treasure,” but have you experienced the satisfaction of picking all the chocolate… Read more

  • House Hunting

    September 15, 2019 by

    Denmark is practically a breeding ground for fairytales. Hans Christian Anderson recognized the whimsical charm of the country early in his career and inspired an entire branch of storytelling. His fairytales are popular in Denmark and secured their place in the hearts of American children when they were co-opted by Disney. Ngl, I was terrified… Read more

  • Are we there yet?

    August 25, 2019 by

    I hate traveling. Specifically, flying. As the concerned daughter of a man who never fails to overdose on Dramamine pre-flight, I naturally became a nervous flyer. The reality of an eight hour flight loomed over me from the moment I started reading student bloggers’ packing lists to the morning of my flight as I tucked… Read more

  • Pre-departure

    August 15, 2019 by

    A clean slate is a rare occurrence. In my experience, they tend to appear every four years or so with the start of a new school. Freshman year of high school presented itself as the first chance to reinvent myself. How did I mark this momentous transition? A haircut, of course. Four years later as… Read more

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