die besten Grüße aus dem German Department. Wir wünschen Ihnen einen guten Start in den Mai und vielleicht haben Sie Lust, am Freitag mit uns auf den Explore Berlin field trip zu kommen! Wir werden Ihnen Schöneberg zeigen!
Und hier das Program für die nächste Woche:
German Stammtisch: Tuesday, May 3, from 8:00pm on.
This coming Tuesday, we’ll be meeting up at the bar “Veboz” (Kleine Präsidentenstraße 4a, 10178 Berlin). For those who would like to meet up right on the spot: Just take the S5, S7 or S75 to Hackescher Markt.
Everyone is welcome to join us!
Benjamin, Florian & Lars
During the tutorials, your tutors Nadja & Kandice will support your language learning and help you with any questions related to your German class. For a tutoring session, please email your tutor Nadja email@example.com or stop by Kandice’s open office hours in the Residence on Wednesday from 7:00 to 9:00pm in Study Room 2Q (no appointment necessary).
Please notice that the exam tutorials will be taking place on Friday, March 13 in the Academic Center. For the exact times, please see the poster on the German language white board.
Coming up soon:
Explore Schöneberg with German language instructor Kandice on Friday, May 6, 10:45am – 3:00pm.
Of course you know Mitte, Kreuzberg and Neukölln. But do you know Schöneberg? If not, then it’s high time for you to get familiar with this exciting and colorful district in the western part of the city. Not only is Schöneberg historically and culturally significant (think Kennedy, Einstein, David Bowie), but it doesn’t let itself be defined by the past and remains a cultural hotspot today. If that sounds intriguing to you, then join me for a discovery tour through this great neighborhood!
Our walking tour will begin at 10:45am at our meeting point Nollendorfplatz (U-Bhf Nollendorfplatz). From there, we’ll go on to explore buildings and locations in Schöneberg, which have been of great historical and cultural importance during the past two centuries. And I’ll also show you great places for food, coffee, and spending the afternoon.
After a guided tour of Rathaus Schöneberg, the location where Kennedy held his famous speech in 1963, our trip will end and at the open-air exhibition near Bayerischer Platz around 3:00pm.
Since we’ll be doing quite a bit of walking, so be sure to wear a comfortable pair of shoes and clothes appropriate for the weather. I am very much looking forward to seeing you all and showing you what Schöneberg has to offer!
The sign-up deadline is Monday, May 2. A sign-up on the whiteboard list for this trip is requested and binding. After you’ve signed up, you’ll receive a confirmation e-mail with further details.