What is German Club?
We are a group of Mount Holyoke students who are enthusiastic about the study of German language speaking cultures.
What does German Club do?
We helped organize a faculty/student German-Jewish dialogue group, trips to New York and Boston to German plays, lectures about contemporary Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the EU, and weekly film showings.
Our theater troupe, the “MHC German Players,” as the culmination of its work in German 211 (offered in the spring of 2010), stages an original one-act play in German at the annual German Theatre Festival and Competition (Deutsches Theaterfest), an event hosted each spring by Mount Holyoke College and attended by high school and college/university German theater groups from throughout the Northeast.
Oktoberfest - October 4th
Thanks to all who came out to celebrate Oktoberfest with us!
-2013 Fall Film Fest (Schedule)
-Filmfest (one per semester)
-St. Nikolaus Fest
-attended the German Conference at Harvard
-New York City trip (stayed one night)
One of the major activities in the fall of 2009 was a Five College symposium commemorating and celebrating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. German Club also hosted a Nikolaus party at the ACE House, where Professor Holger Teschke debuted his prize winning radio Christmas tale, Onkel Opossums Weinachten. Weekly German table and film screenings took place on Thursday nights throughout the semester. With help from the Department, German Club participated in the first German-centered study abroad symposium.