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Why Studying Abroad Can Be Uncomfortable

To say the least, this has been a very tumultuous week. Terence Crutcher was murdered—not accidentally killed—murdered by yet another police officer back in the U.S. 1,210 more words


P&G, Cisco Lead DJIA Higher Thursday

September 22, 2016: Markets opened higher again Thursday, wallowing in the Fed decision to leave interest rate alone until at least December. All equity sectors traded in the green late in the day, led by the new real-estate group and the telecoms. 257 more words


Top 10 things I love about my LLC

Here at DIS I am a member of a living and learning community, or an “LLC.” My LLC is a culinary community, full of people who are interested in cooking, eating and food culture. 712 more words

Study Abroad

Tak Tuesday #3: Kayaks and Sugar Highs

This week I’m most tak-ful fooooor:

1.) Canal kayaking with my pal (Haley)

Last Wednesday, Haley (my flatmate) and I didn’t have anything planned, so we decided to take advantage of one of the last nice days in Cope by kayaking through the canals! 635 more words

Study Abroad

A Note to Who I'm Becoming.

Today marks 31 days since I arrived.  A whole month of adventures, new experiences, new people and new obstacles. It doesn’t seem real that just over a month ago I was running around, freaking out and trying to figure out what life in a new place would be like. 1,177 more words


The 10 Stocks Dragging Down the Dow in 2016

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 4.01% this year to 18,123.80, hovering near record territory. Yet the following 10 of its components are down in 2016, which means they have kept the Dow from breaking much higher. 295 more words


Core Course Week Part 1

This week was core course week, which meant all of my studies were focused on my positive psychology class. The first part of the week is spent in København having guest lectures, class discussions as well as a few trips to different parts of the city. 1,443 more words