The Final Trip!

For my last week abroad, I decided to cram in as much travel as I could, as I know that I’ll return to Copenhagen one day. I made a trip to three different countries in six days and enjoyed every second of it! Friday, December 6th Around noon, my flight to Brussels took off and …

A Weekend in Munich

A weekend trip was much needed in my life because of all of the final papers and projects that the end of November held for me, so I went to Munich with my friends, Jill and Maddie! Friday, November 29th After a day full of classes, we all headed to the airport to catch our …

Five Days in Iceland

Wow. What a trip! My first time in Iceland was also my first solo trip ever. I’ll walk you through the week! Wednesday, November 20th After an AMAZING Lizzo concert the night before (!!!), I headed out for the airport around 6am, excited for the days ahead of me. After the metro and the train, …

The Truths About Studying Abroad in Denmark

While this blog has had a focus on the big and exciting moments of my experience abroad, I think it’s important to be honest about what it’s actually like spending a semester away. On social media, we are used to seeing a highlight reel of people’s lives and I want to make sure that I’m …

A Week in November

This last week has been full of adventure around Denmark! A lot of my posts have focused on my travel outside of the country, so I thought it’d be fun to walk you through a week in my life here! Saturday, November 9th On this day, Elinor and I went over to our Farmor’s house …

Long Study Tour: Ireland and Northern Ireland

At DIS, there are two weeks of travel set aside: one for vacation and leisure and the other for your core course long study tour. From October 27th to November 1st, I took part in my long study tour which took my Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism course to Ireland and Northern Ireland. In this post, I’ll …

A Taliban Embed

For two hours, I sat in the same room as Nagieb Khaja, listening to him speak about his experiences as a Danish journalist in Afghanistan and Syria. Lately, I have been adopting quite an interest in journalism (even going so far as to add it as a double major), so being able to hear from …

A Morning of Lamps, Paintings, and Coffee

On a typical dreary Copenhagen morning, I made my way to the Louis Poulsen showroom, a company known for its innovation in the lighting industry. Now, when it’s cold and rainy and grey outside, seeing windows with the warm glow of light pouring out from them is always so endearing…so you can imagine how I …

A Week in Greece

What to do with a week off of class? Immediately head somewhere more southern so you can remember what the sun is. My sister (Elinor or El) and I decided to travel to Greece together, just the two of us, which is a first for both of us! I’ll walk you through day by day: …

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