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Stories of sexism, drinking and crazy initiation rituals, a global #metoo movement and a set of guidelines on how to deal with offensive behaviour made the University of Copenhagen the centre of a stormy debate last year.
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.
»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.«
South Campus has three cafés run by Hav a Java: Mødestedet at KUA 2, Hav a Java at KUA 1, and Hav a Java at KUA 3. We had lunch twice in one day and tested out meat, vegetarian, and vegan options at the cafés.
The new square on South Campus is best described as a perfect, trash and graffiti free love child between Teletubbie Land and a computer-generated architect’s model.
At University of Copenhagen more than a third of all researchers and faculty members come from abroad. University Post spoke to a handful of them to find out what they see as their Danish co-workers’ defining features.
Even though few Danes know it, the research being carried out at their universities punches above its weight internationally, new figures from the Higher Education and Science Ministry show
A theology student philosophizes over his meeting with the glass walls, open spaces and automatic lighting of South Campus.
On 22 April, scientists all over the globe will march in co-ordinated protests in 394 cities. Ian Bearden, a physicist and professor at UCPH, is organising the march in Copenhagen because he wants his children to inherit a liveable planet.
Ralf Hemmingsen takes stock of 11 years of ups and downs as Rector of the University of Copenhagen. One thing still bugs him. It's not Penkowa. It's about the keys.