“When the Queen’s Gambit miniseries came out, I think I was contacted by at least one journalist every day for a very long time”
Chess has gained the reputation of an intense sport, with esteemed world champions, child prodigies and bearded old masters – a complicated game that involves spending hours in hushed rooms hunched over the checkered board. However, those are not the only players on the field – or board: CBS houses a masterclass player of its own.
27 Apr 2022
“We wanted a social organization that was about something other than beer drinking or case competitions and padel is gaining popularity in Denmark. We just thought it’d be fun," say the two CBS students behind CBS Padel.
26 Jan 2022
An international business student found himself in a pickle after moving from Odense to Copenhagen and making his debut at CBS in the middle of a widespread corona lockdown… knowing nobody. And then what do you do to meet new, interesting people? If you ask Dennis Rosenlund, he’d say you make an app.
16 Nov 2021
Entrepreneurial day kicked off with 25 bright new ideas lined up in stalls at Solbjerg for everyone to see, test and taste.
12 Nov 2021
After a break of almost two years, CBS Students opened its doors for this year’s Student Society Day, and the fresh-out-of-lockdown students flocked inside to be received by around 60 represented student organizations and their colorful booths.
17 Sep 2021
“We started the PAMOJA movement with the vision of inspiring girls all over the world to believe in themselves,” says Vendela Barck from International Business in Asia. She is currently working together with seventy girls based in Stockholm and Copenhagen while liaising with an NGO in Nairobi called Green-Kenya.
05 Jan 2021