November Highlights from the Student Bloggers

Our student bloggers are great at capturing what the daily life of a student at DIS is like. Check out some of the highlights from the past few weeks below!

Volunteering Abroad: Getting Involved in Copenhagen’s Sustainable Community

Francesca, George Washington University | Sustainability | DIS Copenhagen

“With a passion for sustainability, I’ve particularly sought out various environmental volunteer opportunities in Copenhagen that have given me an on-the-ground perspective on the topics I’ve learned in class.”

Read more on Francesca’s Blog

Quick Weekend Trip to Trondheim

Lauren, Boston University | Terrorism & Security | DIS Stockholm

“We all knew it was only a matter of time before I went to Norway… I was super excited we got to go to Trondheim, since I’ve never been before!”

Read more on Lauren’s Blog

The Happiness Museum

Shannon, Colby College | Urban Studies | DIS Copenhagen

“Located on a quiet side street near Christiansborg palace you’ll find a little yellow sign… This sign is for The Happiness Museum, or, as the staff likes to call it, the small museum about the big things in life.”

Read more on Shannon’s Blog


The Story of Our Little Miracle

Tess, Hobart & William Smith | Terrorism & Security | DIS Copenhagen

“Thus far, riding my bike in the evening around the city of CopenI had the trip of a lifetime that probably includes many of my favorite moments of studying abroad so far–I fed reindeer, I saw AMAZING stars, and I got to be in the Arctic Circle.”

Read more on Tess’s Blog

Turning Winter Gloom into Christmas Joy

Ellie, Bradley University | Prostitution & the Sex Trade | DIS Copenhagen

“It’s truly wonderful to have this city-wide feeling of coziness and jolliness… They know that gloominess and cold affect everyone, and no matter what, you just can’t deny Christmas joy.”

Read more on Ellie’s blog

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