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»I am really tired of corona, and this is quite frankly a real crap situation, but it is necessary to make the exams digital, because it is ultimately about people's safety and comfort.«
New corona restrictions have students concerned that universities will return to online teaching, that exams will be changed, and that we will yet again have to give up the routines of normality. But the actual risk of infection does not concern them.
During the first Danish lockdown, Lone Simonsen spoke to journalists 10-14 hours a day – and says it almost drove her insane. But, she says: it's no good knowing something if you can't pass it on.
Many people have found what he said useful during difficult times, according to a top professor and now government adviser. Discouraging, though, has been the encounter with »the dark side of Denmark«. And then there was the mink issue ...
With the university in a state of emergency, Wendy Meng saw her task as improving her students' well-being
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Medical Museion has collected items that tell the story of how Denmark has managed the disease. Although Covid-19 still shapes our everyday lives to some extent, a new exhibition can help us to start processing it, says the exhibition’s curator.
Political agreement moves to reopen the universities, so that all students may have in-person teaching from 21 May. For most students, however the exam period has already begun.
As new self-swab test centres have more students and staff returning to the University of Copenhagen, canteen staff are now also back at work. Not to serve coffee and food, but to supervise self-swab nasal tests.
Life is slowly returning to the University of Copenhagen and a number of first-year students can now see each other in real life this week — for some it will be the first time.
Professor says he is obligated to refine and add nuance to some of the frightening stories of possible vaccine side effects. He weighs his words carefully, because everything he says can be used and abused – and because he himself has seldom been able to offer so few clear answers.