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Student proposal becomes Copenhagen reality

A DIS architecture and design student competition carried out in the spring has now become reality. Carnegie Mellon and DIS architecture student, Joel McCullough, received the 2nd prize in the student competition to redesign the facade colors for a new property purchased by DIS. 161 more words


Welcome to the new AD wood workshop

It was a dream in the Architecture and Design Program for many years – to have our own AD wood workshop. Now the dream has become reality. 443 more words


Demonstration Held In Long Beach To Protest Deadly Police Shootings

LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com)   —   About 60 people protested police shootings in Long Beach on Saturday.

CBS2’s Brittney Hopper said the march — which began around 3 p.m. 194 more words


Some History

1. Frederiksborg
A few weeks ago, a couple friends and I made a visit to Frederiksborg, a former royal residence and current museum. The oldest parts of the structure were built in the late 1500s by Frederik II, king from 1559-1588. 352 more words


The Copenhagen Harbor: An Urban Example of Sustainable Development  


For a multitude of reasons, Copenhagen’s harbor is critical to the urban environment and it has been for centuries. Today, the city of Copenhagen is focused on the sustainable development of the harbor area in order to preserve it as a natural resource for current citizens and ensure the positive future of the city. 708 more words


Gloves-On Learning

Last Friday was Clinical Day for my Medical Practice & Policy core course: Human Health & Disease. Instead of having a regular lecture at the hospital in Glostrup, our class met at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen where we participated in some lessons from the CEKU – Center for Klinisk Uddannelse (Center for Clinical Education). 774 more words


The Right Side of Freedom

Hello, all. This is going to be a post composed of a lot of words and very few pictures. So if that’s not your thing, I’m giving you an easy out. 609 more words