Letter from the editor

Letter from the editor »

 

Dear readers,

This autumn, Jutland Station celebrates five years of existence. While this might not seem much, for a local magazine such

Studenterhus: the heart of Aarhus University

Studenterhus: the heart of Aarhus University »

By Maria Jose Villanueva, photos by Poul Ib Henriksen, AU History Collection, Aarhus Student Jazz Gallery, Jutland Station archive

What today may

Aarhus Pride

Aarhus Pride »

By Salome Pkhaladze, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Aarhus was full of rainbow colors on 2nd of June. The second largest city in Denmark

Women in Live Music talk diversity at SPOT+

Women in Live Music talk diversity at SPOT+ »

By Salome Pkhaladze, photos by Guki Giunashvili

“Bigger diversity means bigger quality and more creativity” – live sound engineer Malle Kaas introduced her

Not without my neighbours – the success of cohousing in Denmark

Not without my neighbours – the success of cohousing in Denmark »

3 May, 2018
Society

By Anne-Kirstin Berger

“Why?” Morten repeats the word with a sound of incredulity. Why did he come to live in Toustrup Mark? What

Turning decision makers into puppets

Turning decision makers into puppets »

22 Apr, 2018
PoliticsStudent Life

By Anne-Kirstin Berger and My Pham, pictures by Studenterrådet

Universities have always been political arenas. Fifty years ago, on the 19th of April

Letters – a dying breed in Denmark?

Letters – a dying breed in Denmark? »

25 Mar, 2018
Society

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Guki Giunashvili and Anne-Kirstin Berger

These days, in a village close to Valencia, Laura and Ingrid, 12 and

Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society

Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society »

13 Mar, 2018
CultureSociety

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Water is dripping from Alexander’s hair as he heads out of the dressing room of Aarhus’

Lower taxes – but at whose expense?

Lower taxes – but at whose expense? »

9 Mar, 2018
PoliticsSociety

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Rasmus Ursin Knudsen, Lærdansk and Steen Brogaard  

Even in one of the “happiest countries in the world” the

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus »

By Laura Galante, photos by The Occupation Museum and Madalina Paxaman

Imagine that it’s 1940. The Germans have occupied Aarhus and the