Richard Kalakira, International Business and Politics: My favorite place? The library because I can relax and read my books in peace.
Raluca Dediu, Master in Business Administration and Information Systems: My favorite place? The couch. I never feel alone here. People are always moving around and I can observe the action quietly from the corner.
Aputsiaq Lynge, cand.merc.HRM: My favorite place? Anywhere when I’ve got my headphones on. Classical music helps me to focus and concentrate.
Cecilia Ramos, Canteen Assistant: My favorite place? Right here in the canteen. There’s always a lot of activity and people’s positive feedback makes my day.
Tróndur Møller Sandoy, PhD Student: My favorite place? The auditorium because I feel as though I can reach all the students at once.
Birte Lundgreen, Head of Secretariat at Department of Operations Management: My favorite place? Outside because of the fresh air and because the trees create a different ambience when I walk from one building to another.
Mikkel Agersnap, Master BLC: My favorite place? Outside the building. It’s nice to go out and chat with people and smoke a cigarette.
Edmania Baker, PhD, MSL: My favorite place? The library because it’s quiet and there’s a nice atmosphere.
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I adjust, really. For example, by gearing down from my summertime activity level. During grey, darker periods, I focus more on self-care and look after myself better." Annabel Kersalu, BSc in Business Administration and Psychology.
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I reach out to my student friends a lot. We motivate each other a great deal, especially during sad times when the weather may also be grey. We keep each other’s spirits up." Carl Christiansen, HA (it).
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I usually find my friends and family. Sometimes I feel alone with my thoughts, and it’s OK for a while along with a good cup of tea. But it’s good to be sharing with my friends and family." Hassib Chahrour, BSc in Economics and Business Administration, HA Almen.
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "To be honest, I avoid grey and sad things. I ignore them and just carry on living like it’s summer. I go for that run and cycle to university, and I don’t let grey get in my way." Caroline Nørgaard, BSc in Economics and Business Administration, HA Almen.
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I try to do creative stuff and meet up with colourful people. It’s a great break from more grey everyday life. Hanging out with people who give me energy lifts my spirits on grey days." Jenny Solberg, BSc in Business Administration and Organisational Communications, HA (kom.).
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I call my mom." Mikkel Gabel, BSc in Business Administration and Organisational Communications, HA (kom.).
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I guess I get a little sad because all the light is disappearing more and more every day. Darkness is coming. But drinking coffee with my friends brightens me up." Lukas Nørgård, BSc in Economics and Business Administration, HA Almen .
How do you cope with grey days when they come along?
"I look for more pleasure, instantaneous bliss and joy. Because they are the quickest rewards. Small things can do it, like a nice hot chocolate. " Zainab Ghaiby – MSc in Advanced Economics and Finance (cand.oecon).
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