German Language

German words expats should know: Moin

You may have heard of the internal German border, which once separated East and West Germany, but have you heard of “moin-Grenze“, A border that divides the German population according to the way they say” hello “? Less meaning: it’s a catch-all greeting Depending on where you are in Germany, …

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Meet the last rams – VCU News

Tyler baldwin Spotsylvania, Virginia; School of Social Work Baldwin is proud to be an older student on campus. “I bring a little experience to the table,” said the 28-year-old army veteran. Baldwin obtained a master’s degree in social work so that he could help veterans as well as people in …

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Lutheran hope to celebrate the 175th

From the corn and soybean fields it rises like a beacon of hope. Its steeple can be seen for miles, and at night even further away as the cross atop the steeple is lit. About 180 years ago, a group of German immigrant farmers, gathered in houses, decided it was …

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Fraternal Order of Police chairman apologizes for comments comparing city workers’ vaccination mandate to Nazi Germany

Fraternal Order of Police chairman John Catanzara apologized on Friday for comments he made earlier this week to the Sun-Times comparing the city’s workers’ vaccination mandate to Nazi Germany . Catanzara had expressed outrage at the city’s new COVID-19 vaccination mandate using language condemned by the Anti-Defamation League and others: …

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Let’s start fall 2021 as agents of hope

Banners are shouting all over campus, “Welcome to Belmont! I want to repeat that greeting, warmly welcoming each of you, whether as a graduate student, returning undergrad, new freshman, or transfer. I myself am a new Bruin, having started my role as president of this university on June 1st. I …

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