Anders Guldbrandsen, Souschef, Spisestuerne: I got a dragon on my back when I was 16-17 which wasn't particularly successful, so I gave a professional tattoo artist free rein to fix the damage. He worked on it for two years with me showing up every two months.
Elida Unneberg, Internationale Business: It’s a personal date that means a lot to me.
Dinny Jensen, for a job interview at CBS: I wanted to have a kind of sailor’s tattoo and at the same time I was crazy about Manga and Animé. So one day I sat down and had a few beers with a tattoo artist and we drew her together. I love her!
Beatrice Piras, MSc in Advanced Economics and Finance: When I was 16, I lost someone who was very close to me. So it’s in memory of that person.
Jason L Nguyen, IT support: The stars are for my mom, dad, sister, little brother and me. I have the birth dates of my mom and dad on each shoulder because they’ve gone back to Vietnam. So this helps me feel that they’re still here with me.
Anne M Lykkegaard, journalist, CBS WIRE: It's my perception of Mother Earth. Wild and untamed and yet sensitive and fragile. She gives me courage and spirit when I need it.
Kasper Nielsen, chef, Spisestuerne: I moved away from home at 21 and moved in with a friend. We drank a lot of ‘gyldne damer’ (ed. golden ladies = beers) together and I nicknamed her the ‘golden lady’. So it’s in honor of her.
Agnes Brask Sørensen, HA (psyk): I was on holiday with some male friends who called me ‘pink and pretty’. We were in a festive mood in Barcelona and I had this pink flamingo done. It has a bit of a child’s drawing vibe about it and I really like it.
Damir Gorovic, IT support: Tattoos make people beautiful and it’s an artistic way of developing yourself. I’ve had four done in the last six months after saving up for 18 months. I’ll definitely get more, but I just have to save up again first.
Madeline Edri, BSc i Business, Language and Culture: One of my friends died in September 2013 and it’s in memory of that person.
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Helena Nagel-Harvig, BSc in Business Administration and Project Management: "I’ll be attending a World Championship in vaulting, which is gymnastics on horseback. That’s what I’m looking forward to most this summer."
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Nikolaos Klonaris, International Business student: "I’m planning a trip to Japan, but there are many Covid-19 restrictions. Hopefully that will change. Otherwise, if that doesn’t work, I’ll enjoy visiting a Greek island with my friends."
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Linette Adamsen, Kitchen Assistant: "I’m looking forward to 14 days on Crete this summer with my children and partner. It can hardly get hot enough for me. I love the heat".
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Wafa El Moumi Nielsen, Student Affairs Counselor: "For me, it’s a new chapter. I have a new job where I’m meeting more people and it’s wonderful. So, I’m looking forward to spending time at work."
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Mike Magnussen, Technician at CBS: "I’m looking forward to my holiday and the Tour de France, which I’ve followed for many years. It’s great that it’s coming to Denmark."
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Tomas Vemola, Vice President of CBS Students: "I’m looking forward to not working and going back to my home country and hanging out with my friends in Prague."
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Kathrine Rammen, BSs SOC student: "I can’t wait for the sunshine. I haven’t planned anything yet because it all depends on my summer courses. But I’m hoping to travel and create good memories with my friends and family"!
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Patrick Sonnenborg, BSc in Business Administration and Project Management: "Most of all, I’m looking forward to relaxing outside with friends"!
The Danish democracy festival Folkemødet attracts crowds of people every year. Several professors from CBS have been asked to participate and share their knowledge. One of them is Associate Professor Birthe Larsen from the Department of Economics. She is especially looking forward to talking about inflation and inequality.
"Studying at an institute of higher education is not on the cards for everyone. I trained as a social and healthcare worker when I was 19 years old and now I have a master's degree in Human Resource Management. That meant I had a different background to many others on my programme, but that only creates positive input if you dare to use your experience and are proud of not taking the traditional route," says Lea Riis Jensen. She is a former CBS student and for years she thought she was never going to complete an education at a university. In this article she writes about her doubts about ever finishing the education of her dreams.
“We had all experienced how difficult it was to maneuver through the jungle of various scholarships and apply for funding for our exchange stays abroad, and we thought: Hey, we can make this process easier,” explains CBS student Morten Handest Høyer. Together with his two close friends, Christian Rudolf Larsen and Malte Jessen, he has started the company Legathjælp to help students find scholarships for their exchange stays abroad.
We need to end the burning of perfectly good clothes and inspire people to be fashionable in more sustainable ways. This is the joint mission of CBS Fashion Society and the activistic designer brand OUR SHIFT.
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