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In the dorm’s shared kitchen, they disagree on how to handle corona

The authorities have not given clear guidelines on how to adapt to life in residence halls during the corona crisis. So when students share kitchens and other facilities, they have to improvise.

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Promising drug given to first Danish corona patients

The first Danish corona patients have been given the drug Remdesivir. The results may be released before the end of April, according to a University of Copenhagen lead scientist

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With university closed, Julie is scared of her own decline

»I find it hard not to backslide into old habits from the time I had a depression. Things can quickly go downhill for me. I am a big extrovert, and the more I am alone, the worse I get.«

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University of Copenhagen cancels its Spring Festival

Rector of the University of Copenhagen has suspended the Spring Festival, the University of Copenhagen's big event for researchers, staff and students. »A real shame,« the organizer says.

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How to get your uni work done while stuck inside during corona lockdown

You took to your dissertation work like a duck takes to water. Maybe you had just started the perfect bachelor project. Then came the corona lockdown. But all this community-spirited social distance should not stop you. Here are ten tips on how to get something done.

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On exchange during the corona crisis: »I still think your stay abroad can be rewarding«

Many Danish students have interrupted their study abroad and have returned to Denmark. Meet two who have opted to stay. Because they're still hoping for a good experience – and because they don't know what else they should do.

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Kirstine Bukhave has an underlying condition: »I just can't cope with anything beyond the next two weeks«

24-year-old political science student Kirstine Bukhave has a weakened immune system and almost panicked when she heard that the government would shut down large parts of Danish society. Around this time, she had been surrounded by about 100 people.

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