What does sustainability look like to you? Is it a cyclist on the go? Is it flowers in bloom? Or is it a piece of handmade fabric? As a part of the three-day event, Green Week, CBS Photography organized a sustainability-themed photo walk. Check out the photographers' view on sustainability.
Hundreds of students strolled through the halls of Solbjerg Plads to explore the various student organizations on Student Society Day. CBS WIRE's student photographer, Lucas Liang, captured the day in photos.
CBS WIRE’s student photographer, Lucas Liang, was at THE place to be when more than 2,000 party-minded students invaded Solberg Plads campus for Café Nexus' annual Semester Start Party.
This year, Copenhagen Pride broke its own record by having 40,000 participants. During Pride, the LGBTQIA+ community strut their stuff, rocks peacock bright colors, and as Prince sings it, "Party like it's 1999". CBS Photography's Lucas Liang followed the parade and captured some of the magic that occurred during the exuberant event that is Pride.
Before handing in her thesis, Sarah Jensen from CBS found herself in the streets of Bangladesh with her thesis partner to investigate female entrepreneurship and financial inclusion. Hit the road together with her in her photo essay and read about her experiences.
Clothes made out of trash. Food sharing. Sorting waste. A man on a bike. Sustainability comes in many facets, and the student organization, CBS Photography, make suggestions as to what sustainability looks like through their photo exhibition, which is displayed in front of Café Nexus. The photo exhibition is part of the event, Green Week, which has been going on throughout the last several days.
At Avnstrup Asylcenter, female asylum seekers are crocheting themselves closer to the Danish job market with the help from Emilie Bruun Poulsen and Marie-Louise Reade Lomholt, the founders of the CBS start-up Novaheim. CBS WIRE's student reporter Daiana Contini went to Avnstrup to see the project unfold.