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Stacker Pentecost. Sure am hitting a lot of these lately.
Confession: I was confused by the art on this card for a long time. 226 more words
As the weather gets increasingly chilly here in Copenhagen, it is hard to think about global warming and climate change. Earlier this week, however, artist Olafur Eliasson and geologist Minik Rosing placed twelve giant chunks of imported Greenlandic ice in Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen’s City Hall Square. 162 more words
Hello everyone, I apologize for my long absence without posting, but I have a lot to tell you today.
I spent all of last week behind the Iron Curtain in Moscow on a trip with my global economics course. 1,849 more words
So, I got to go to Munich and Salzburg to learn neuroscience from a global perspective, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint. The basis of my application essay to get in to DIS was founded on that very principle (studying the world from as many lenses as possible), but to have it actually take place… It was indescribable. 180 more words
Our very own urban design faculty, Bianca Hermansen, recently was a keynote speaker at the very prestigious WHO International Healthy Cities conference in Athens, Greece. Participants from 56 countries, WHO representatives, members of the networks, and cities officials shared their good practices and experience, and celebrated 25 years of the healthy cities movement. 149 more words