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Per Holten-Andersen says goodbye to CBS in December

The hunt for CBS’ new president has begun. Per Holten-Andersen has just announced that he is resigning in January 2019, one year earlier than planned.

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CBS WIRE enters into a collaboration with Denmark’s most popular science media

A new collaboration with the popular online media, Videnskab.dk’s ResearcherZone, means that CBS WIRE will be able to publish even more stories about research from CBS. Videnskab.dk will publish the stories for their 900,000 monthly readers and on their international sister-site, ScienceNordic, which has readers from all over the world.

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The eyes look, but the brain sees

Our brain quickly adapts to new surroundings and only sees the most important information captured though our eyes.

To delete facebook, or not to delete? That is the question.

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Time to break with Facebook?

With the recent revelation that Cambridge Analytica exploited the data of 80 million Facebook profiles, should we, as users, take the last stand and #deletefacebook?

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Humans of CBSbyAnna Holte

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I believe in taking challenges

My current situation is that I am challenging myself with the difficult subjects that normally one would rather give up on. As a student, challenging myself has been one of my strengths.

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Lockout: Will my exam get cancelled?

The possible lockout has generated a lot of questions in regards to the students at CBS. Now, a Q&A has been made answering questions such as: Can I take my exam? Can I hand in assignments, projects, and theses? And will CBS' buildings be open throughout the lockout period?

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Mogens Lykketoft: Current CBS students will face a major catastrophe if we don’t act now

If we do not meet the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, it is not the problem of the next generations, but the current students’ at CBS, pointed out the former chairman of the UN General Assembly, Mogens Lykketoft, in a debate about the SDGs at CBS. Also, read about what kind of greenwashing traps companies risk falling into, and why the students should care about SDGs at all.

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New dean of education: “Expect a lot of questions”

50 percent of the jobs in 50 years are unknown to us as of yet. How do we prepare for that? This is one of the questions that Gregor Halff, the new dean of education at CBS, seeks to answer along with a lot of other questions in the coming future. CBS WIRE paid the new dean a visit to talk about the future and what the students and staff can expect. Read also, about how Gregor Halff wants to keep an eye on the study environment, which is currently making the students feel stressed out and anxious.

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The top five best flea markets in Copenhagen

Spring is here. That means many things. The lighter Scandinavian nights that you’ve been waiting for all winter are approaching. It is finally socially acceptable to eat ice cream every day. But it also means that the flea market season is back and Copenhagen has a lot of great ones to choose from. Here is student reporter Caroline Sølvers' list of the top five best flea markets in Copenhagen.

The MeToo campaign creates awareness, but it doesn’t produce tools for dialogue and reflection Ana Maria Munar, Associate Professor, CBS

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New international troika investigates internationalization at CBS

When politicians and stakeholders start to ask questions about the necessity of internationalization, CBS has to be prepared to answer. Martin Jes Iversen, Dana Minbaeva, and Tom Dahl-Østergaard make up CBS’ new international troika, and they going to be the ones who find those answers. This spring, they will investigate CBS and its stakeholders’ opinions on internationalization, and the value of exchange programs.

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