Week 39: Taxgate, abortions and a very big ship »

27 Sep, 2013
In the Danish press

Taxgate: Secret letter claims proof of perjury The much talked about case revolves around the tax audit of Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (Socialdemokraterne)

Dumpster diving in Aarhus: Free food from the trash

Dumpster diving in Aarhus: Free food from the trash »

18 Sep, 2013
Culture

Denmark is an expensive country in respect to others. But this is not the only reason for some young people to get their

Nordic countries: Similar but different

Nordic countries: Similar but different »

17 Sep, 2013
Research

RESEARCHER IN INTERVIEW: Immigration policies, size of their economies and the position towards the EU are some of the differences among the Nordic

The food revolution in Denmark

The food revolution in Denmark »

5 Sep, 2013
Culture

New Nordic cuisine: Away from the fast food and the homogenization of industrialized products, Danes recreate their own cuisine focus on a conscious

Returning home on a paid leave

Returning home on a paid leave »

5 Sep, 2013
Society

Aarhus offers financial support to immigrants who wish to return home. At the same time, Danish net migration rates are among the highest

Learning about modern China in Aarhus

Learning about modern China in Aarhus »

5 Sep, 2013
Student Life

Confucianism and Taoism are becoming clichés of Chinese studies. The students in Aarhus are learning about a modern China.

On the borders of ‘hyggelig’

On the borders of ‘hyggelig’ »

5 Sep, 2013
Culture

This photo story explores the Danish lifestyle of ‘hygge’ and its contrast to the country’s immigration politics.

In a search for uniqueness

In a search for uniqueness »

5 Sep, 2013
City Life

From people’s passion of hand made design to the uniqueness of artful handicraft, we set out to explore what Aarhus’ stores have to

Folk high school: Revolutionary education in Denmark

Folk high school: Revolutionary education in Denmark »

5 Sep, 2013
Culture

Inspired in the French Revolution ideals these “independent universities” were originally born in Denmark and are most commonly found in Nordic countries, Germany

Aarhus University pays the price of being too global

Aarhus University pays the price of being too global »

5 Sep, 2013
Student Life

AU may have to pay a fine for accepting more foreign students than the allowed. But, why is it attracting so many internationals?