Serendipity seems to be a phrase frequently thrown around by Melbourne band Hiatus Kaiyote. It characterises the quartet’s ‘about’ page on their website and it most certainly describes how I ended up seeing this powerhouse of funk-soul music live in Germany
More than 700 students gathered in front of Studenterhus Aarhus last Wednesday to protest against the Study Progress Reform, a plan to cut
The Jut Tube team get festive this week, going around Aarhus to discover what makes a proper danish Christmas. They attend a julefrokost, listen to carols and hear about the wonderful world of danish pastries. Merry Christmas!
Sebastian Koskinen explores hidden gems in Aarhus, by reviewing the eccentric poetic siren Julia Holter in Aarhus’s Voxhall.
Higher education in Denmark is high quality and free, but some Danish students still choose to “leave”.
Seven intense days and a fortnight of waiting boiled down to a final moment of truth last Saturday evening for three Aarhus-based filmmakers.
Researchers at Aarhus University want to use technology to make the capital of Jutland a model for smart cities
A new wave of exchange students came to Aarhus for their Erasmus Program, but none of them had expected to face so many
It is a drizzling morning in Aarhus, Aage Rais- Nordentoft, in his yellow overcoat, is riding his special bike across the city with
Aarhus is known not only as the City of Smiles or the second largest city in Denmark but as an European Capital of