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September 29

 

Sailing on a Saturday Afternoon

 

On Saturday, September 29, Till Klump, owner of Segelschule Schluchsee, member of the Freiburg-Madison-Gesellschaft, and former exchange student at Madison University, invites the students of the AYF 2018/2019 to a sailing trip on the lake up in the Schwarzwald mountains. This artificial reservoir even contains water from the river Rhine that is pumped up 600 meters producing electricity when flowing back.

 

Ulli Struve outlined the following program:

 

  Dauer :  9 Uhr bis ca. 15.30 Uhr
 Treffpunkt:  Busbahnhof Freiburg um 8:45 Uhr

 Mit dem Schnellbus A geht es ab Freiburg ZOB um 09:02 Uhr los, Umsteigen in Titisee in den E Bus nach Seebrugg. Ausstieg dann in Aha um 10:14 Uhr.  

 

Wir segeln anschließend von etwa 10.30-13-00 Uhr. Mitbringen müsst Ihr wohl nur Sonnencreme und warme Kleidung, da es voraussichtlich nur noch 11 Grad haben wird … Trotzdem kann es sehr schön sein am Schluchsee im Herbst; und falls es regnet oder stürmt, dann fällt es natürlich ganz aus, weil das zu gefährlich wäre.  

 

Zurück fahren die Busse dann ca. alle halbe Stunde, z.B. um 13:37 Uhr oder 14.03 Uhr, so dass wir ca. 15 Uhr oder 15.30 Uhr wieder in Freiburg eintreffen würden.  

 

Wir würden uns über rege Teilnahme sehr freuen.

 

Anmeldung per eMail an ulrich.struve@ayf.uni-freiburg.de

 

Die Teilnehmerzahl ist auf maximal 15 begrenzt.

Hier ein kleiner Vorgeschmack. Archivbild 2014.

 

 

 

October 3

Traditional Hiking Tour
with our American Students
around the Schönberg on German Unity Day

Happy AYF-students in 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 10

 

 

German-American Stammtisch

 

Artur Korn, lawyer:

 

Zum Insolvenzrecht von Staaten im Vergleich USA – EU

 

at the Greiffenegg-Schlössle at 8 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking Back

 

 

 

 

 

Reception for the Students of the
Academic Year (AYF) in Freiburg 2018/2019

 

The president of the Freiburg-Madison-Gesellschaft Toni Schlegel welcomes students and
other guests while Resident Director Professr Kerstin Barndt is blinded by the low sun ©US..

The AYF-students are already in good spirits ©US

They are joined by an amused president

A sort of scrilege: The Baden flag on the last Austrian governor's Quieti Sacrum

A grazing sun ...

.. makes students thirsty

Thinking about the recent European Data Protection Regulation? ©US

When two directors meet: AYF and CSH ©US

Friends meet and smile ©US

We are all happy ©US

Ulli and an AYF-student say thank you Toni

As seen from the Greiffenegg-Schlössle:
The most beautiful steeple in the world without scaffolding

Sunset behind the Schwabentor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional Christmas Dinner on the Evening of St. Nicholas Day 2017

 

Enjoying the aperitif at the Greiffeneggschlössle

The Black Forest Badgers, Christmas 2017 edition (©US)

Joyous anticipation

The menu

BFB's first appearance

 

The dinner started with a salad

A festive table

 

The president's speech

Smiling guests all around the table

More activity on the opposite side

Here the somewhat official corner

 

Breast of goose served with red cabbage, baked apple, and potato dumplings.

While the BFB are preparing for their second round, the youngest guest, Marieke, is interested in cutlery.

Here Marieke is handing over a well deserved present to FMG President Toni Schlegel (©US).

Now she is telling George the full story.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional Hiking Tour with our American Students
around the Schönberg on German Unity Day 2017

 

After a heavy morning rain, start of the hiking tour in the sunshine (©US)

Already lost? (©US)

Looking down the valley (©GvS)

The ultimate triple selfie (©GvS)

The trail becomes narrow (©US)

Eating the mandatory noodle soup (©GvS)

After lunch students and FMG-members are fit for the next destination ...(©US)

... the Schneeburg as seen from the Schönberger Hof (©US)

From above a fantastic view on to the Märkgräfler Land (©US)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reception for the Students of the Academic Year in Freiburg 2016/2017

at the Greiffenegg-Schlössle on September 14, 2016

 

Smiling Resident Director 2016/17 Sarah Fagan with smiling FMG's president and host Toni Schlegel

Young optimistic men

Black Forest Badgers' founder recruiting?

Don't look at the refurbished Schwabentor

Associate Director Ulli Struve in charming company

Sunset over Freiburg

No sunset but rather a sunrise ©JS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 8th International Meeting of Freiburg's Sister Cities on Rathausplatz 2015

 

Here is the link to the official flyer

 

In good spirits: Part of the dynamic crew serving the Madison booth

Visiting the booth: Important cheeseheads and concentrated student charm

We promoted American craftbeer brewed in the Freiburg region

The Madison team serving their city (©US)

The Black Forest Badgers on stage minus one and plus one (©US)

Not to be confused: Black Forest Badger (©US) and Wisconsin badger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Around Staufen 2014

 

FMG Hiking Tour on German Unity Day with the American Students

 

 

 

 

 

 

We meet at the streetcar stop Paula-Modersohn-Platz (Eis-Café Limette) at 10.30 a.m. for car pooling and drive to Staufen where we shall arrive at the big city parking lot close to the Schladerer distillery around 11 a.m.  

 

 

 

 From there we start our hiking tour to Grunern with a little drink at the Bären-Bad (Standort) and pass through the vineyards in the direction of Castellberg. On our way back we shall stop for a bite at the Probst-Strauße Schleifsteinhof above Grunern around 1 p.m. We return to Staufen and, as the case may be, we climb up to the castle. The return to Freiburg is scheduled for 3.30 p.m.

 

 

Before we left the Staufen parking lot for the hiking tour  students, members of the FMG, and even the dog
 looked into the camera on this beautiful Altweibersommertag (Indian summer day).

At the Bioweingut Köpfer. Father and son greet the visitors (©US)

Seen on our way to the fermenting room. Beware. Although the motto is still correct, its orthography no longer is:
 Küß is now spelled küss, zerreißt keeps the ß but küßt again is now written küsst.

While son Köpfer explains the making of organic wine (©US) ...

... father Köpfer reads from the family history

Waiting in front of the Bären-Bad for the biological grown Gutedel wine
and Hefezopf (challah) FMG-President Toni had generously prepared (©US)

The refreshments were well taken before the long march to the Castellberg (©US)

There was adequate supply

On our way to the Probst-Strauße Schleifsteinhof above Grunern we passed a Baden totem pole

At the Strauße the girls were ordering the food ...

... while others were waiting for it with some even taking a nap (©US) ...

... and the boys all happy that bread was already served

Alliterated students in Staufen

 

 

 

 

 

 

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