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Arrival Workshop: Boundaries

In the fantastically large auditorium of the Royal Danish Academy of Music – where DIS hosted its opening ceremony for Fall 2016 – Professor Salman Ahmad was talking to us about culture and about boundaries. 645 more words

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8 Easy Ways to Prepare for Studying Abroad in the U.S.

Published on 08/11/2016 by Tara Madden-Dent at www.GoOverseas.com

Thinking about studying in the U.S.? Chances are, you’re new to its education system, culture, study skills, communication styles, and professional networking. 1,463 more words

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Fluent

“…and she always squeezes my knee bc she knows I’m trying”

– SKP

trying to translate English to Spanish with her Spanish host mom, Pepi… 12 more words

Germany: What Have I done?

Life is about experience. If you had asked me a year ago where I saw myself a year from now, I bet you I wouldn’t be saying Germany. 472 more words

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Cibo:

The food here is delicious! It is so fresh and full of flavor! Sadly I can not eat the pizza or bread which is EVERYWHERE, but my insalata piazza was also very tasty!! 24 more words

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The view from the bike lane.

While being 5’2 may have a slew of downsides,┬áthere is none as disadvantageous as learning to ride a bike in the busy traffic of Copenhagen, Denmark while wobbling like a baby deer learning to walk, toes barely skimming the ground. 518 more words

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Stockholm City Hall

I love a good city hall. They are beautiful and important places. In Scandinavia they really like their city halls and use them as important community spaces as well as government buildings. 31 more words

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