Hi Everyone!!! Denmark has many positive aspects we could look at. But this time I think it’s great to focus our attention on how concerned they are about organic products. In this infographic, I show you a few interesting facts about it. -Maribel Advertisements
Hi y’all, it’s Phoebe the American again. Today we’re going to talk about libraries! Libraries have always had a special place in my heart. When I was a kid, I could earn free baseball tickets from the librarian if I read enough books over the summer. When I worked as a tutor, the library was … More Library Love
Hi everyone! I’m Phoebe from California and after enjoying other international students’ perspectives on this blog, I’m excited to be able to contribute to it. I’m in my first semester of the MA program in Linguistics here at AU, but this isn’t my first time in Denmark. We’ll talk more about that later; this post … More Enjoying the Cultivated Wilderness
Hi! I’m Maria from the UK. I recently packed my bags (and 10 boxes of miscellaneous stuff) and moved from London to Aarhus to take a Master’s in International Studies. Before March of this year I had never even heard of Aarhus. I applied on a whim a week before the deadline but I am … More A Londoner’s thoughts on life in Aarhus
Hi guys, I’m Kim Nhan. I’m studying Finance and International Business here at Aarhus University. I’m from Vietnam, but I did my bachelor in Singapore and now I’m here in Aarhus. Hope you all are enjoying summer in wherever you are 🙂 Over here in Aarhus, the sun is shining, sky is in its best shade … More What to pack for your trip to Aarhus
Well damn! Wait, let me blow the dust off the old account here. That’s better. It’s been AGES since I’ve been on Hey you, AU! Oh man. Well as much as I wish I could say that I was still in lovely Aarhus, my life has taken me other places as of this past year. … More The ending of an era, the turning of a page…
Friday is typically a work day for me, which means I come to the office and sit down at a computer in a room full of student assistants and we all vigorously beat at the keyboard carrying out our various Student Assistant tasks. A lot of my tasks have to do with writing emails, which … More Denmark is ruining my writing skills!