My classmate Faten put together this awesome video where she interviewed people from our program about their first impressions of Aarhus. Recognize the ugly building in the background??? I wasn’t a part of it, but I thought it was too awesome not to share! If you like it, check out Faten’s blog at http://fatenhbu.wordpress.com.
After stuffing two years’ worth of clothing and school supplies into two huge suitcases, I was ready to go. I didn’t have time to be sad, just stressed. My parents took me out to lunch and drove me to the Sea-Tac airport, and my boyfriend met us there to send me off. After a surprisingly tearless goodbye, I hopped on a plane and flew to…London. Continue reading “Velkommen til Århus! (Welcome to Aarhus!)”
The classes portion of our program finished up last week. I really enjoyed the excursions we did every Tuesday most of all. Some memorable ones included: Touring a mosque in Kreuzberg, seeing an outdoor theater production in Monbijou Park, and touring a German radio station. Continue reading “My new internship (and a long-overdue update on the past 6 weeks)”
Every time I fly across the Atlantic, it reminds me how much I hate it. Continue reading “Week 1: The program, the people and the living situation”
So, I kept meaning to post about organ lessons while I was there. But other interesting stuff kept coming up and the organ lessons got routine and before I knew it, I was back in America. So here’s what happened: Continue reading “Organ lessons (a little late)”