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!
This blog hasn’t seen any love in quite some time. There’s no one to blame but myself…. and my wicked, wicked procrastination on many levels of my life. Now more than ever, I’m working on getting my life back on track (which track? who knows but ANY track would be nice!). My planner has deadline fever and … More Deadlines schmedlines OR I’m a big procrastinator
Even though it’s December now (wait, what?!), you may notice that we’re still having some rainy (and sometimes bitterly cold) days. I found this at the bus stop on my way home and think the “Life is bitter” part sadly appropriate for this time of year in Denmark. At least I’m not alone in thinking … More Keep rubbing it in… Danish advertisement find of the week
One thing I wish I would’ve had the opportunity to take part in when first coming to Aarhus University would be a class on writing styles and tips to survive the Danish academic system. It sounds a bit silly, doesn’t it? I mean, who doesn’t know how to write a paper? It seems pretty simple; … More Writing style gone awry: learning your writing style and sticking to it
The end is nigh! After months and months of painstaking reading and taking notes; after weeks and weeks of courses and group meetings; the end of the world is finally upon us. Okay perhaps end of the world is a bit of an exaggeration in explaining the exam period, but there are certainly times when it … More Exam meltdown approaching: 5 tips to surviving the exam apocalypse
So here’s the dealio. The International Centre has been given some ca$hmonies to organize something for full degree international students. Probs is y’all – I don’t know what you want! So I’m going to make this entry short and sweet by asking a simple question: If you could see any activity offered to full degree … More It’s not about the money, money – input needed!