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University Post forced to slim down

Universitetsavisen / University Post has been forced to cut back six editions of the printed newspaper annually, with the budget for the Danish and English-language web editions reduced

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University of Copenhagen, constantly in the red?

For the second year in a row, the University of Copenhagen has had to let staff go because of a bad economy. Leif Søndergaard, staff representative for academic employees at the university, comments on the effects of repeated rounds of cutbacks

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Comment: Losing Hopenhagen

The voices of the developing countries are unheard at COP 15, writes Mongolian University of Copenhagen student, Batzul Gerelsaikhan, in a letter to the University Post

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Comment: Request your own interpreter

IN-SITE VIEWS - How to break messages encoded into Danish

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Climate threatens world food supply

In the midst of the countdown to COP 15, a new University of Copenhagen programme is to focus on climate change and food supply. Climate changes can not be isolated from the issue of our crops and agriculture. So says the director of the new initiative, who has authored this feature for the University Post

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Comment: Subtitling (personal) history does not work

IN-SITE VIEWS - Our literary editor watched the Danish Berlin Wall anniversary play and was not amused

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Comment: Watch out for your storyline...

The University Post should pull its socks up. This is according to a literary editor and international spouse in Copenhagen

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Neo-liberalism, socialism: Never the same again

Governments of the US and UK have grown continuously for the past decades. What exactly is happening here and what can we expect in the future? The University Post sought out an answer from the political theorist Noel Parker

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Comment: Copenhagen should send relay team

Call for action: Gijs Stevers from Holland blows the trumpet for Copenhagen, and asks for a running team

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Comment: You can be liberal, yet a conservative Muslim

You can be a practicing Muslim without being an extremist. So protests Nermin Ghith, an Egyptian student at the University of Copenhagens Master of Public Health programme

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