Great views in Denmark

Graham Johnson ’18

Psychology major

Studied positive psychology and researched psychotherapy methods used in Europe, with professors and professionals from the University of Copenhagen

“When I first decided to study abroad, one of my main goals was to improve myself as a person. I wanted to become more confident and decisive. Traveling helped me do that and get a broader perspective on life. One weekend I traveled with friends through Sognefjord, one of the largest fjords in western Norway. When I reached the peak and saw this view I realized something—the world is absolutely massive and, in such vastness, it’s OK to be imperfect. What matters is that I am comfortable with who I am as an individual. After all, who could worry about ‘the little things’ with this kind of view?

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Students share the sights and insights from their travels