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New climate demands: Students want to close down research centre

Student organisations are collecting signatures for new climate demands aimed at the University of Copenhagen. They include the closure of a research centre in oil and gas. University management rejects the demand with reference to the freedom of research.

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Studieliv

For Ida, the intro programme was harder than being a week at Roskilde Festival

Ida Stahl's intro course was cool. But it was also filled with worries and speculation: would she get any new friends? Starting at university is a tough time for many people

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Campus

Anne doesn't know who has been stalking and harassing her: »I feel like I have been blindfolded«

For several months, a man called Anne up and shared his sexual fantasies about what he and Anne's male colleagues at the University of Copenhagen would do to her. And it did not stop there.

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Education

The University of Copenhagen is to get an LGBT+ policy, the question is which

Over 700 people represent the University of Copenhagen at this year's Pride Parade, but the university does not yet have an LGBT+ policy. Something should be done about it, said Prorector Bente Stallknecht at a debate meeting with students and staff.

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Campus

At the intro party: We asked new students what it felt like. Any wardrobe panic?

»I have been in a little bit of a wardrobe panic, but it ended up being what was at the top of the cupboard, because I thought there was really no reason to think too much about it.«

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Campus

Sensation: The world's ugliest fish has spawned in the Øresund Aquarium

A monkfish has spawned a million eggs in the the University of Copenhagen’s Øresund Aquarium. This has only happened a few times in Scandinavia.

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Culture

Guide: Culture in Copenhagen at student prices

It is not impossible to get a daily fix of culture at affordable prices in Copenhagen. On the contrary, with your student ID card you can get good discounts.

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Campus

Intro camp: At political science, students are looking for a culinary narrative

You’d better get your creative (gastric) juices flowing. At least if you want to be one of the chefs at a freshers' trip for new students at the Department of Political Science. Applications for the job have to present a ‘narrative’ for a 'culinary journey' for the tutors, new students and cooks.

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Culture

Seven unique places in historic Copenhagen

Copenhagen has gone through centuries of modernisation and has had its share of disasters such as fires and wars. But subtle historical details remain. Two historians met up with us in places that reveal the city’s past.

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Education

She is a certified nature-based therapist

Winnie Lund has graduated from a new master's programme at the University of Copenhagen which uses nature to help groups of patients with dementia, stress, PTSD, concussions – or adolescents who are mentally vulnerable.

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