In the wake of a controversial education reform, Christina Egelund has been praised for her ability to compromise. The University Post met up with a minister who has been described by a political opponent as »the one extenuating circumstance« of the present government. She wished young people had more space to do the kind of zigzagging that make up her own narrative.
The 2023 university elections have been decided. Two members of academic staff (VIP), one technical and administrative staff (TAP) and one student representative have been elected to the UCPH Board. The University Post was there when the results were released.
Female students have a harder time being perceived as talented than their male classmates by male instructors. Researchers stumble upon a subconcious bias in teaching settings at one faculty.
Management at the Faculty of Science will now keep a 100-year-old mural by Danish cartoonist and humorist Storm P. covered up after more than 100 critical emails. According to students, the motif is racist and should not be in a Friday bar. After initially rejecting the complaints, the faculty director now supports covering the mural.
Trine Lisberg Toft is one of 18 women on the television series Sled Patrol, fighting to prove that she is strong enough for the elite naval unit Sirius.
The University Post published a feature article describing a group of students who left the classroom after the N-word had been spoken. Since then, a wider discussion has begun about safe spaces and academic freedom. Now Global Development students speak out with the hope of reframing the conversation.