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Spring Awakeing the Musical is Coming to Boston!

Mar. 6th, 2009 | 03:38 pm
posted by: laestar87 in bu_de

Hey guys.  Wasn't sure if those of you studying German would be interested in this musical coming to Boston that takes place in Germany.  It is based on a popular German play by Frank Wedekind.


Spring Awakening the Musical, winner of multiple Tony Awards including BEST MUSICAL
Set in late-19th century Germany, Spring Awakening follows teenagers on their journey of sexual exploration.  With a catchy rock score, Spring Awakening will provide a captivating experience for audience members.


April 28-May 24, 2009


The Colonial Theater
106 Boylston St (across the Boylston T stop on the Green Line)

Why am I posting this a month before the show is happening?  Because tickets are already on sale!

If you want to buy tickets, please visit http://www.broadwayacrossamerica.com/Boston. Again, Spring Awakening will be playing at the Colonial Theater from April 28th-May 24, 2009.

For more information about Spring Awakening and other Boston shows on Facebook, please visit Boston Guilty Ones (http://www.facebook.com/inbox/?ref=mb#/group.php?gid=47045992275&ref=mf) or Broadway Across America - Boston (http://www.facebook.com/inbox/?ref=mb#/pages/Boston-MA/Broadway-Across-America-Boston/22923973629?ref=ts)

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Oct. 11th, 2006 | 07:11 pm
location: Norcross Corp.
mood: hopefulhopeful
posted by: kostik_vr6 in bu_de

Dear All:


Norcross Corp., Newton based manufacturing company is looking to fill a position for Technical Sales/Europe. Please let us know if any members of your society/club, exchange students or alumni would be interested in such job opportunity.


Thank you,


K. Mikhailov, Jr.





Attached, job description:

­­­ viscosity.com


Sales Engineer – Europe



Norcross was the first company to manufacture a process viscometer in the United States. For more than 60 years Norcross has been providing viscosity measurement and control expertise, from the simplest of measuring cups to single loop controllers and computer controlled systems that provide complete process control.


Norcross is a diverse, up beat manufacturing company located in Newton is looking for a Sales Engineer with positive personality, creativity and technical interest.


The full time position includes the following Responsibilities and Duties:


v      Work with European sales reps, customers and prospects to improve sales

v      Provide input on new literature and marketing pieces.


Note: You will work very closely with our engineers to learn how our equipment works, so that you have full product knowledge.




  1. Ideally you have 2 to 5 years work experience in a Technical / Sales environment.
  2. Associates Degree preferred or equivalent experience as a Marketing Assistant.
  3. Ability to initiate, plan, organize, follow-up and multi-task on a daily basis.
  4. Should be willing and interested in learning about our equipment and the technical correlations, detail oriented and a great team player.
  5. We need fluency in German and English.
  6. It would be great if you spoke French, Spanish or Italian.
  7. Should be available for travel to Europe four to six times per year.
  8. Should have legal working status in the US.


Norcross offers a competitive wage and benefits package which include:

v      Health Insurance

v      Paid Vacations / Personal Days

v      Paid Holidays

v      Company IRA Plan


Please send a resume to sales@viscosity.com


Only those candidates identified by Norcross Corporation as suitable matches for open positions will then be notified.  Thank you for considering Norcross Corporation as a place of employment and best of luck in your job search. 


Our new team member should be able to locate in the Newton, MA area and have a car as there is no public transportation to our office.


For more information about our company, please visit www.viscosity.com.


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Jun. 29th, 2005 | 03:36 am
posted by: dreamnovice in bu_de

Hey there,

I just started a community where people in Boston can meet other people from Boston. Surprisingly, there isn't one already dedicated to simply meeting people in our beautiful city. So, I have 0 people signed up, besides myself. Please join. It would make me super happy. And you might end up making a really cool friend, or more.

Thank you and sorry for the advertisement:)


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Oktoberfest celebrations....

Aug. 18th, 2004 | 04:03 pm
posted by: alexathain in bu_de

Hey all! This is the first German Club-ish post from me, asking a big question:

How would you guys feel about the club doing a small Oktoberfest celebration either the last weekend of September or the first weekend of October? Oktoberfest in Germany runs from September 18th to October 3rd, and I thought it would be fun to do something on our side of the pond, with food and hokey party songs (DJ Ötzi!).

I was thinking of a two night celebration over two weeks that would include German food, movies, and possibly beer (though I'm trying to figure out the legality of that... it would obviously be for the 21+ ppl). This would, essentially, be combining the first three German Club events (dinner, movie, and a get together) into a themed celebration.

One night would (hopefully) involve dinner at somewhere like Marche and a movie (if we're lucky there will be a German film at the Boston Film Festival or something - otherwise it'll be one of my DVDs). And the 2nd night would be a party - probably at the German House, but we could do it elsewhere if anybody is really uncomfortable with that.

Thoughts? I'm well aware that the only members of the community right now are members of the German House and Maureen... so I have an idea of the answers I'll get, lol. Speaking of which: we need to pimp this community to more people! Get people joining!

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Aug. 15th, 2004 | 10:57 am
posted by: manfrommlwkee in bu_de

     Alright, no one else is posting here, so I might as well: any thoughts on going from LG280 straight to LG304 without any LG303 in between? Thanks a bunch!

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Aug. 10th, 2004 | 08:14 pm
mood: excitedexcited
posted by: sports_med_blau in bu_de

Woohoo German!! So how many people are actually in the German Club? All I remember is that last year Kat was Pres. and Alexa was uhhmmm....Vice Pres.

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Aug. 10th, 2004 | 09:15 pm
posted by: manfrommlwkee in bu_de

     Hallo! Ja, meine erste Botschaft! Thanks for making the community, Alexa. Let's see if others will join, too...

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Aug. 10th, 2004 | 07:37 pm
posted by: alexathain in bu_de

Welcome to the Boston University German Club live journal community! I thought we Deutschphiles could use a place to congregate, that could both cater to the club (of which I am president) and just German afficiandos at BU. So, this is technically a community for the entire German Community at BU, but it is also home to the German Club :D

Please join the community by going to our user info page, so you can post, but commenting access is open to anyone. Want to join, but don't have a live journal? Get one!. It's free!

As for rules, for now the community doesn't have any, except that we should all respect each other (no flaming, etc.) Please feel free to post about anything, including professor queries, course questions, and language/grammar issues. I and the other German Club officers will be posting club specific announcements and questions from time to time, as well.

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