Moustaches were grown, money was raised, cancers were diagnosed, research was funded, but how much of a link is there really between facial hair and prostate and testicular cancers?
Jutland investigates cycling in Aarhus and tests different types of biking techniques to find out the most efficient way to get fit.
Students at the Danish School of Media and Journalism participate in one of the most anticipated days of their university careers: the Big Match Day. Watch some photos of their reactions.
Cancers mean serious business. Still, these young men will dare to tackle the foes, one hairy face at a time.
Home means different things to different people. In Denmark it also includes another thing – hygge. The it-factor without which no serious home is complete.
“90% of the food served at Aarhus University’s canteens will be organic by 2020.” Kristina Kristensen, the new director of the Studenterhusfonde revealed her “green mind”.
Photographer Nick McKinlay’s lens captures the best moments of 2014 Kapsejladsen, from youthful vigour to the “Viking spirit”.
Jutland Station hit the AU park to see how international students and professors view the Kapsejladsen—the biggest tournament on boats and beer in Jutland.
Finding a student job in Denmark is not necessarily a happy end to a familiar story, instead, it can be the start of a harsh reality.