3 Ways in Which My Kollegium Experience Bettered my Study Habits

In a future post I’ll do a pros/cons for Kollegiums in general so you can pick properly, but this one is an entirely a pro: how my placement in a Kollegium has made me a better student. I’m very big on optimizing time and separating “work” and “play”. This helps me get my work done... Continue Reading →

When Choosing to do Nothing is a Good Thing

If you asked me last week, I had some very ambitious plans for this past weekend. On Friday, some friends and I were going to hit up Møns Klint, a scenic beach on the southeast tip of Sælland known for its white-sand beaches, minimal light pollution, and opportunities to star-gaze that you can't get in... Continue Reading →

A Visit to Shakespeare’s Elsinore

"Something's rotten in the State of Denmark" - Hamlet in ... well, Hamlet. edit: it was actually Marcellus who said it, not Hamlet ... hey, Denmark! That's where I am! So some friends and I decided to visit the famous castle that inspired one of Shakespeare's most famous plays. While in Hamlet the castle is called Elsinore,... Continue Reading →

Core Course Week Finale: Existentialism in the Macro-anatomy Lab

"Before operating on a patient’s brain, I realized, I must first understand his mind: his identity, his values, what makes his life worth living ... [these] are what make medicine holy and wholly impossible." - Paul Kalanithi; When Breath Becomes Air To conclude our Core Course Week, we went on a trip to the University of Copenhagen medical... Continue Reading →

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