At the metal festival, Copenhell, more than 23,000 people joined to enjoy a type of music which has other people wrinkling their noses, covering their ears, and asking whether you worship Satan. CBS WIRE met with three people from CBS to ask why they went to ‘hell’.
Copenhagen Art Week, DIAS, and CBS are teaming up to draw more people into the world of art. Until the 30th of June, there are several art projects scattered around Solbjerg Plads and Kilen. Some of the art installations include videos of cats and a robot sucking Coca-Cola off the ground, or sounds of water and fire intensifying as you move through a three-by-three meter space.
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.
It is Saturday and a handful of CBS students and several professional actors are meeting at CBS. Not for reading, studying, or networking. Instead, they are going to shout, cry, wrap ribbons around themselves and be covered in black plastic bags. They are part of CBS Theatre and are getting together to perform a modern adaptation of the Greek Tragedy, Elektra. But why on earth would CBS students do this?