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Second week, featuring a visit to HIV+ people and a "hygge" café night

I guess it’s the case for everyone who has just moved to a new place to worry a little bit about meeting new people, getting used to new environments and doing new things. 1,678 more words


Urban design in action - visiting Sluseholmen

Sluseholmen, the residential neighborhood in the south Copenhagen harbor, has featured in the European Urban Design Theories ever since we started out. It is a great example of high quality urban development. 652 more words


The Jellyfish Bloom

We went to the beach on Wednesday and came across a massive (non-stinging) jellyfish bloom: We jumped into it. Take a look.


Here is a quick post, a little less serious than most:

A shout out to the company I work for (Disability Insurance Services) and the creative marketing team behind these videos. 23 more words


A Bruised Bottom, Botany, and a Biobank

Since cycling is a major means of transportation in Copenhagen with more than 30% of the population biking to work or school every day, I decided to rent a bike for the semester. 1,152 more words


Man Who Shot At Deputy Had No Connection To Detectives' Investigation

LYNWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Authorities have identified a man who was fatally shot after a two-hour standoff prompted by a deputy-involved shooting.

Kerry Eric Wesson, 53, was fatally shot after running out of the apartment he was holed up in in the 12000 block of El Segundo Boulevard. 227 more words


Last Friday Night

There was no dancing on tables or shots taken. Though I think this blog’s demographic may not be up on their Katy Perry…

On Friday, my host family took me to Tivoli- it’s one of the oldest amusement parks in the world (second only to Bakken, an hour north) and is only blocks away from DIS, right in the heart of the city! 266 more words