Want to study abroad in Germany but not quite sure yet what to do? Want to get to know more resources but not quite know how? Wonder what it would be like to live and study in Germany? Then come to this information Session! Professors from German Study Department and returning students from the programs will be there giving informations and lots of fun stories! Some pizzas and drinks will be served.
Meet Jochen Wohfeil, Adjunct Associate Professor of the Practice in German and Resident Director of Duke in Berlin.
Jochen Wohlfeil, usually omnipresent in Berlin as Director of Duke University’s academic program there but in residence in Durham this semester, will give a presentation on Duke in Berlin and discuss student life in Germany’s greatest city.
Come to the German Haus today for (Eis)Kaffee und Kuchen: Study Abroad Edition!
In addition to casual German and non-German conversations, the members of the German Haus, Prof. Bork-Goldfield, and our wonderful guests will share their study abroad/work experiences in Germany and other German-speaking countries, and give you helpful tips about program options and the lifestyle abroad.
We look forward to sharing our excitement for German culture and assisting you with any other questions related to campus German life. Bring your questions, maybe your laptops, and stomachs ready for cake!
Date: Wednesday, May 2 Time: 4.30 – 6.00 PM
Place: German Haus, 65 Lawn Avenue
Martin Kohout would presumably answer with a resounding “no” (that is, if he is indeed able to speak).
The meta-YouTube artist, whom you may remember from this post (Wesleying: so self-referential), though born in Prague, is based in Berlin and is a testament to all the wonderment of the internet/hipsterdom/the Fatherland.
“The marijuana plant had been put in a Christmas tree stand and decorated with a string of lights,” officers said in a statement, according to the AFP. “When asked, the hashish fan told the perplexed officers that he had intended to add more decorations to the ‘tree’ and place the presents under it, according to tradition.” Times Live reports that 150 grams of marijuana had been found in the man’s home in Koblenz before the tree was discovered.