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Lancaster University campus now open in Leipzig

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Lancaster University
Photo credit: LU Leipzig

Britain’s Lancaster University chose Leipzig for its first branch in mainland Europe. Applications are now open for its bachelor’s degree programs in accounting & finance, business management, computer science, and software engineering.

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Curated Monthly: Top art picks in Leipzig this January

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Top art picks Jan 2020
Guerrila Girls, "Not Ready To Make Nice." Photo: Gene Pittman © Guerrilla Girls (guerrillagirls.com)

Check out our Leipzig art insider Clementine’s first roundup for the next year!

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Life Stories: “I came to Germany for videogames”

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Videogames
"Go play a videogame." Public domain photo

“Instead of discovering foreign lands through the characters in videogames, I became the protagonist on my own quest for the first time. Eventually I figured out that I wanted to make my passion for gaming into a career in the industry.”

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a&o Kunsthalle: one year later

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Exhibition "We All Should Be Lichens", A&O Kunsthalle
Exhibition "We All Should Be Lichens," Nov 2019. Photo by Gustav Franz

Hidden behind the back of the a&o hostel building close to the central station, you’ll find the a&o Kunsthalle. One year after opening, Tanja Heuchele and Julien Rathje share some insights into the beginning, the space’s current structure, and their future ambitions.

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3rd LeipGlo Job Fair: the takeaways

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LeipGlo Job Fair
At the LeipGlo Job Fair 3. Photo: Justina Smile Photography

A little glimpse of what you missed or can reminisce on from our most recent job fair. And a small request if you scroll to the end…

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ETL: Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

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Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: up to 30 plays in 60 minutes, chosen by the audience. Photo: public domain

“English Theatre Leipzig (ETL) presents a new show, starting this week: Greg Allen’s Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. I had a few questions for director Emily Wessel about this unusual production – ’30 plays in 60 minutes’ – and what makes it so different to other stage formats.”

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