Jørn-Ole Didriksen, Campus Services: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? We’ve become aware of how we can infect each other. And I would just like to praise our students for being very good at keeping one meter’s distance and using both sanitizers and masks.
Josefine Hove Kristensen, BSc SEM: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? We are more aware of other people and show more consideration – also with people we don’t know. And our lives are being put into perspective.
Mike Pedersen, Bioentrepreneurship: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? I have found a partner and we’re all alive.
Marianna Zanderigo. MSc in Advanced Economics and Finance: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? We care more about simple things like taking a cup of coffee with some friends.
Anas Ali, BSc in Business Administration and Management Science: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? We have had the opportunity to structure our everyday lives and thereby develop ourselves and take personal responsibility for just following a schedule.
Stine Evald Bentsen, Student Affairs: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? We have had more time together with those we really care about and we appreciate it more.
Tore Klitgaard, Architect: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? More flexibility, less CO2 and we’ve had time to reflect on what’s important.
Anna Mathilde Nete Pedersen, Student Guidance Services: Seen in the light of the coronavirus, what has been good about 2020? We have been good at proving that our society has some depth, and all the superficiality has been pushed into the background.
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