by Lizzie Roberts, map by Malika Baiazova and Livio Marc Stöckli
Arriving in a new city can be daunting, especially if you
by Hannah Schifko, photos by Alessandro Amato
Kapsejlads is a mystery to foreigners, but an incredibly fascinating one. As
by Danni Huang
There are not so many Chinese people here in Aarhus, and more often than not, you may find more locals
You can run away from the Danish language, but you cannot hide from it for forever if you plan to migrate to Denmark.
Visual story telling is still a powerful way to communicate, but life’s most priceless lessons can be distilled in the most unusual ways and places.
Celebrations continue with this follow-up on how students rang in the lunar Chinese New Year.
It’s a winter hobby for some, and a professional venture for others. Whichever way, ice skating is a playful way to exercise.
Every Aarhus University student has a chance to debate global issues or nurture a career through the University’s Model United Nations