Everest Base Camp

For three weeks at the end of May 2019, I trekked to the base camp of Mount Everest in Nepal. It was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, and I made this video to remember some of the best times. Check out my photography page to see some more pictures from the trip!

A Guide to Eating in Copenhagen

I love food. I love cooking, trying new foods, eating out, finding restaurants… everything about it. Considering that, I was very excited to come to Copenhagen where there’s such a great food scene going on. In this post, I’m going to list and talk about some of the best meals I’ve had here, as well … Continue reading A Guide to Eating in Copenhagen

Commuting in Copenhagen

A practical post on how to commute in Copenhagen, for those of you wondering how to get around a city without Uber.  Copenhagen is truly one of the easiest cities to use public transportation in. Between the bus, metro, and train system, you never have to wait very long or walk far to get from … Continue reading Commuting in Copenhagen

Life in a Danish Kollegium

It’s a cozy Sunday morning. The smell of bacon fills the apartment as I sit at my kitchen table with my flatmates enjoying coffee and catching up on our weekends. After breakfast, we slowly start the Sunday process of catching up on homework that we didn’t do all weekend. Sitting here at my computer listening … Continue reading Life in a Danish Kollegium

Buffet and Beer in Noma’s Old Location? Not Your Average Field Study: Restaurant Barr

This past Thursday, I visited Restaurant Barr with my class, Creative Industries: Business, Innovation, Politics, and Culture. It technically wasn’t a traditional Wednesday field study because we went during normal class time, but honestly this was one of the best field studies I’ve had yet! For those of you unfamiliar with the DIS concept of … Continue reading Buffet and Beer in Noma’s Old Location? Not Your Average Field Study: Restaurant Barr

My Copenhagen Bucket List:

One month has already passed since I arrived in Copenhagen, and I can’t really wrap my mind around that. Time is absolutely flying by and I feel like I’m really getting to know Copenhagen more and more everyday. Considering how fast one month went, I want to make a bucket list for the next three … Continue reading My Copenhagen Bucket List:

Coping in Copenhagen

I can’t believe I’ve already spent a week here in Copenhagen. Moving to a new place is not easy, and in all honestly these last seven days have been absolutely exhausting. But they’ve  also been amazing. It’s really been a roller coaster of all sorts of experiences, including an actual roller coaster. Yes, you read … Continue reading Coping in Copenhagen

T Minus 4 Days

In four days I will arrive in Copenhagen, Denmark to spend the remainder of the year. Most international students will be arriving by plane, but I will instead make my grand entrance by train. In fact, I’ve already departed for my time “abroad” two weeks ago when I waved goodbye to my parents at JFK … Continue reading T Minus 4 Days