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'Willkommen' from German Conversation Club Willkommen (Welcome)! The Sammy-award winning German Conversation and Cultural Club (GCCC) opens its doors for its third year for anyone who loves the German culture and language! GCCC introduces new students to the wonders of Germany and its great history. The GCCC hosts many exciting activities like student presentations, guest speakers, games and film screenings. Occasionally, GCCC also hosts bake sales in the afternoon for people looking to try delicious desserts. We would like everyone to share German culture with them after every meeting with their friends and families. GCCC is a wonderful place to make lifelong friends and network with other students, professors and faculty members. Feel free to contribute to the club however, you wish; we love new ideas!

On Friday Oct. 13 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the GCCC will host its second annual Oktoberfest at The Wynne Home Arts Center. It features delicious German food, spectacular folk dancing, and exciting German-themed game. For only $1, you can attend Huntsville’s biggest event in October, so do not miss out! Students can gather every week on Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at LSC 220 to discover something new about this fantastic country. We are no longer accepting members this semester but feel free to come on over if you want to be one next semester. Aufwiedersehen (See you soon)! The club is also an outlet to help students learn the German language. We will equip you with the tools necessary to master the

challenge of learning German. Students learning German, tutors, and professors are here to help you with grammar,

vocabulary, and other learning materials. We are all in the process of learning German together.


National Broadcasting Society in the spotlight In this industry, it is all about who you know. Though, knowing how to do your job is a no-brainer, let NBSAERho lead the way to success. The National Broadcasting Society spans over 85 college, university and community colleges across the nation. Since the 1940s, the mission is set forth to introduce students to the wonderful world of electronic media. Members will be able to connect with professionals, learn industry ethics, diversity, and gain opportunities for excellence in leadership, community service, and production. Those involved will attend weekly meetings in room 319 of the Dan Rather Communications Building.

The executive and program councils of the Sam Houston State University chapter come prepared every week to not only inform but to engage with the students. Previous NBS activities include: news station visits (KHOU, KBTX, FOX News Houston), scripting, editing and we touch base on major career focal points such as resume building, LinkedIn and demo reel workshops. The biggest component to this chapter is the trip to convention every year. Convention has been held in places from Los Angeles to New York and everywhere in between. Professionals from every multimedia region attend and hold workshops that encourage students to network

in a professional setting. The National Broadcasting Society is not all work and no play, this organization helps the members build longlasting friendships through social outings and bonding activites. The DRCB feels like home to each and every Mass Communication student, come find your family at NBS. If you are interested please, email our secretary Marisa Saenz at

@nbsshsu @shsu_nbs /NationalBroadcastingSociety

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