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Riding for Erasmus

Riding for Erasmus

A dozen sturdy bikes whirr past on the sun-scorched path that weaves through the floodplains forest of the Lobau, just east of Vienna. The group say they are a “moving megaphone” for a more integrated Europe. Sprouting from the luggage-carriers above their rear wheels, the bikes sport small flags that wag in the wind, giving […]

Old School Point-and-Shoot

Old School Point-and-Shoot

The “Analog-gang”. With friendly teasing, that’s what fellow students called the trio who shot entirely on film. That was back in 2007 at Vienna’s Graphische, the oldest school of photography in the world. The other students in the class were shooting mostly or exclusively digital. The young photographers decided to keep the name. In 2008, […]

A Brave New (Global) World

Schloss Leopoldskron, a U.S.-owned 18th-century castle by a lake on the outskirts of Salzburg, a grandiose location, hosted a seminar with a very grandiose name: “Global Citizenship: At Home (and?) in the World.” Under its high ceilings of rococo stucco, a select group of U.S. students were discussing ways to make our shared world a […]

Students Say, ‘Now!’

More students are pouring into the University of Vienna’s Main Building on the Ringstrasse. They are coming in through the left-wing gate of Uni Wien – almost no one through the main entrance – headed to the Audiomax, the university’s largest auditorium, which has been occupied, day and night, since Thurs., Oct. 22. The scene […]

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