What a surprise! The University of Applied Sciences Rhine/Waal has welcomed 703 new students in its barracks in Emmerich and in the Tichelpark cinemas in Kleve. Due to the internationality of the freshmen…, they were introduced in German and in English as well, small mistakes in some presentations have to be regarded as inevitable blend, and we at the kleveblog editorial staff will never laugh about anybody’s limited language resources, that’s a promise, guys!
And we don’t use Google, because it automatically translates “Klotz” to “block”, which isn’t a perfect fit. Furthermore, kleveblog has decided to offer its premium and worldwide recommended content to our international readers in English. The translation will be done by some Ukrainian slave workers, who where held in chaines in coal mines in their home country. For them, it’s an opportunity to earn some more kopecks after their 16 hour shifts in 5000 meters depth.
kleveblog announces also that it will continue its in-depth coverage of the developing students’ life in the lower Rhine area. We are strongly committed to prove that there is not even a grain of thruth in the words of Steffen Bucksteeg, who told a local newspaper reporter: In Kleve, dogs are buried. Loco loco, Steffen! The leading editorial team is convinced that the information, most of the students have already shared the hint, that the best way to enjoy nightlife here is driving to the disco PM in Moers, is completely fictitious. What about Marställchen und Blauer Himmel, guys? It isn’t as bad as it sounds!
The exploding number of students seems to be delighting for the owners of houses, flats, apartments, garages, barns, chicken coops, kennels and everything else which could be revaluated to a student’s accomodation by installing a Wi-Fi access. In his speech at the introduction ceremony, District governor Wolfgang Spreen noted the commitment of the local economy to support the students by providing jobs and internships. kleveblog doesn’t intend to stand offside: We offer some internship for delivering our fine content to households without internet access – applicants only need to have a smartphone, ring at any door bell and read some interesting stories aloud. Hey, it’s fun – not to mention that any social commitment will improve your CV drastically.