Your Monday Read

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!

A Roadtrip of a Lifetime to the Norwegian Fjords

Francesca, George Washington University | Sustainable Development in Northern Europe | DIS Copenhagen

“I’m starting this blog post currently on a flight to Norway, looking out at the twinkling lights of Copenhagen from above. It’s been a dream of mine to travel to the Norwegian fjords since I was a little girl. When I confirmed that I was studying abroad in Copenhagen this July, I knew it was finally time to check the Norwegian fjords off my bucket list.”

Read more on Francesca’s Blog

Top places to go when you miss American food

Lauren, Boston University | European Security Dilemmas | DIS Stockholm

“If you’re anything like me, going abroad is a rude awakening when I can’t have my daily $2 dunkin iced caramel coffee anymore. Luckily, I have found my fair share of places in Stockholm to go for when you are missing American food! Here is a list of my favorite places so far!”

Read more on Lauren’s Blog

Kulturnatten 2021!

Emi, Point Park University | Graphic Design | DIS Copenhagen

“If you’re ever attending DIS during the Fall Semester, or if you simply happen to be visiting Denmark around mid-October, be sure to check out this amazing display of Copenhagen talent! I’ve never realized how fast 6 hours can fly by, and I know that if I ever had the chance, I’d definitely love to visit more locations at the next Kulturnatten.”

Read more on Emi’s Blog

Travel Week: Prague

Lauren, Loyola University Maryland | Child Development & Diversity | DIS Copenhagen

“I had always heard about the Eurail, mostly from my parents and aunt and uncle who were European backpackers when they were my age. My mom, her sister, my dad and my uncle all traveled together for a few weeks over the course of two summers via Eurail. So for years, I have been listening to their stories and hearing all about their travels through Europe, waiting until the day it was MY turn.”

Read more on Lauren’s Blog

Watching a Professional Women’s Fotboll Game

Hannah, Connecticut College | Psychology | DIS Stockholm

“My host sister plays for the U19 team; therefore, my host family has season tickets to the professional women team’s matches. Hammarby Fotboll was founded in Södermalm, but the professional club teams play out of the Tele2 Arena in Johanneshov. This game was very special and fun to watch because Hammarby fotboll is notorious for having devoted and enthusiastic fans!”

Read more on Hannah’s blog

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