Study Abroad

Beyond the Classroom: On the Frontlines of Community and Culture in Oslo

Overall, I am incredibly thankful for the internship component of my semester. To me, there seems no better way to be immersed in Norwegian life than being on the front lines of nonprofit organization work in the Oslo community. It perfectly supplements my academic experiences, helps me to feel like a participating member of the Oslo community, and expands my knowledge of Norwegian culture. Read More »

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Study Abroad

New beginnings in Norway

Emily Gardner is HECUA’s fall semester student blogger for The New Norway program! She is a Psychology major and an Anthropology minor at Colorado College. Emily will be posting on the HECUA blog regularly this fall semester. Read on for her first impressions of Oslo. New Beginnings in Norway: Learning to Love Brown Cheese On […] Read More »

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Student Blogger

Introducing Norway student blogger: Ella Budzinski

The woods around Sognsvann are nothing short of magical and we found berry patches deep in the woods that were bursting with blueberries. We could have picked all night, but settled for filling up our bags. Read More »

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Student Blogger

A plethora of picnics – Jonia’s story

The most interesting aspect involving foods was that my first two weeks in Oslo I went on a total of 6 picnics. That’s equal to about 3 years’ worth of picnics back home. Read More »

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