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Give and Take festival on 21st of October

people at the give and take festival look! books

Again, lots of people will grab no wallets to come to the Humboldt building. 100% discount on every item, you’ll love it! Celebrate giving and taking with us on Saturday from 1 pm to 5 pm.
If you have unused, usable stuff: give it.
If you find stuff, you need or want: take it.
Its freee!!one1eleven!!
By now we also have confirmed the following workshops:

  • ceramic
  • bycicle repair
  • nail styling
  • DJ

Its great!

Kitchen-Run on 26th of October

Kitchen-Run_flyer_en_sectionFree time chefs behold: Soon, there will be a Kitchen-Run. On the 26th of October you can cook, eat and run again. 2 persons / team, 3 teams / course, teams won’t meet again (during this event). Sign up at kitchen-run.iswi.org until the 20th of October at 5 pm. After the registration period you’ll recieve your schedule and know which course to do. Then, on the 26th, you will prepare your dish, then eat, run, eat, run and eat. Have fun!

Kitchen Run on 4 July

Kitchen Run stick figureOn 4 July ISWI is doing the next Kitchen Run.

This event is about having a 3 course menu with each course in a different place. If you are interested you can sign up here until 30th of June, 6 pm. Afterwards we will send the schedule of the evening to the teams.

On the evening every team prepares its meal, which will be eaten at their place with two guest teams. For the other courses the teams “run” to other flats. The constellation of the teams will change for every course, so you will meet 8 different teams during the evening.

International Discussion: Threat of Terrorism

Flyer International DiscussionThe events in Paris have shocked the world – that is why we would like to talk about terrorism in our next discussion. Of course we won’t only talk about the recent happenings in France, but also terrorism in different countries – and epochs of history.
What is the feeding ground for terrorism and what is the motivation of those people? What is the best way to react to terrorist attacks? What are the (or your personal) consequences for life in Germany?
Those and more questions will be discussed:

Sunday, 22 November 2015
7 pm
Interclub (House L, Entrance 6c, Basement)