Dear Friends of the ESG!
“I'm not crazy – my reality is just different than yours.”
With this quote the theater group advertises microcosm for the track “Alice in Otherland” Stefan Altherr, which will premiere tomorrow, Wednesday in Karl Jaspers House. The adaptation of the famous piece of Levis Carroll leads to psychiatry and describes the daily madness. “It comes in a variety of bizarre situations and not quite expected end …”, promises the program. The play will be performed from Wednesday to Saturday 19.30 Clock. Further information at www.im-mikrokosmos.de.
Because the theater is then omitted tomorrow ESG community evening.
On Sunday (25. January) We are looking forward to the concert of the ESG choir. Schubert's Mass in E flat major, Brahms’ Song of Destiny and a world premiere by Heinz Ackers Cantate Domino on the program. The concert starts at 19.00 Clock. In the coming semesters, the choir celebrates its 25th anniversary – so who is not singing along: Visit the concert and enter the summer semester!
On Wednesday next week, 28. January, We invite after the benediction and dinner for ESG community meeting a. On the agenda: Review of the semester coming to an end, Choosing a / a Representative / Representative of the ESG in the chapter of the University community, Plans for the summer semester 2015.
Starting Wednesday, 21. January runs the election to ESG council (and not, as in the semester program booklet S. 17 announced from the 28.), so we then on the last Wednesday of the semester, on 4. February, can close the election. Our five Gemeinderät / inn / e stand back and look out over a large turnout. You can choose in the groups and circles and daily during the opening times in the Secretariat. And on 4. February is still waiting a real highlight for us: George and Johanna will provide you with lots of pictures a report on their bike tour from Gibraltar to the Arctic Circle, they have undertaken this past spring and summer. About 10.000 Kilometers on the bike – what an experience!
Already quite cordial invitation to the common end of the semester with the Catholic campus ministry on Sunday, 1. February. The KHG has invited us to help shape the service: I will preach the sermon, for the intercessions we are still looking for some, they formulate and pray with us.
Also, it is again busy at the end of the semester. I look forward to our meetings, Hans-Georg Ulrichs.