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Café Nexus reopens Wednesday April 21

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Picture from Semester Start Party 2019. (Photo: Luyi Liang)

“Café Nexus is run by the students for the students, and we can’t wait to get back to serving that purpose,” says the President of CBS Students, Mads Taudal Nyeng, about the reopening of Café Nexus.

News |   21. Apr 2021

Anne Thora Lykkegaard


Just like other cafés and restaurants in Denmark, Café Nexus at CBS will reopen on April 21.

Inside the building, the café will be open for takeaways, but only for students who have booked a study seat or group room, and for staff in the building.

However, a connecting passage to the outdoor facilities will be established for takeaway orders from customers who are not allowed inside the building.

On Friday April 16, Mads Taudal Nyeng, President of CBS Students, told CBS WIRE that CBS Students was in dialogue with CBS about the prospect of reopening Café Nexus and whether it made sense, considering the customer base.

On Tuesday April 20, it was announced on CBS Share that Café Nexus will reopen.

“We are incredibly excited about opening Café Nexus for the students. Even though we can’t gather in the way we usually do at Café Nexus, we are just happy that we can provide the students with something, if only a cup of coffee to go. Café Nexus is run by the students for the students, and we can’t wait to get back to serving that purpose,” writes Mads Taudal Nyeng in an email to CBS WIRE.

Like the rest of CBS, Café Nexus has been closed down since December 2020.

Café Nexus will be open from 10 am to 3 pm on weekdays.


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