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Technical Introduction and Pub Crawl

Dear first-year students, Here is a quick reminder: The introduction to the technical infrastructure will take place tomorrow, i.e. on Friday, 22 April 2022 from 15:30 in the CIP pool, Im Neuenheimer Feld 325. You have to attend the introduction to get an ICL account, which you need for your studies. Afterwards, there will be […]

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Freshers’ Days Summer Semester 2022

On Tuesday, April 19th 2022, 10:00 and on Friday, April 22nd, 15:30 the Fachschaft hosts Freshers’ Days for all Computational Linguistics freshers (Bachelor or Master). On Tuesday, there will be (among other things) a general introduction to the studies (and finally, a breakfast again!). On Friday, there will be the introduction to the technical infrastructure […]

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(Update) Aftermaths of Freshers’ Day: Next steps

Updated on 2021-10-18. Dear Coli Freshers, thank you all for participating in the Freshers’ Day! We hope the day was just as great for you as it was for us 😊 We have a few pieces of information for you to make your start into the lecture phase as smooth as possible: This week, you […]

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Freshers’ Activities by Hochschulsport

If you’re a freshman and already in Heidelberg (or will be from October 4th, 2021 on), the following might be interesting for you: The University Sport (Hochschulsport) offers its own programme for freshers (hiking, biking, bouldering and more) so you can connect with other students and get to know Heidelberg. Especially after the last 18 […]

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(Update) Freshers’ Day Winter Semester 2020/2021

On October 30th, 2020 10:00–16:00 the Fachschaft hosts a Digital Freshers’ Day for all Computational Linguistics freshmen (Bachelor or Master). As part of this event, the Gruppe Technik will hold the Pool Introduction, which you have to attend to get a CL account. We will publish the link to the conference room and other relevant […]

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Elections to Senate and Faculty Council: What’s next?

You have requested your postal voting documents? Great¹. You already received them? Even better². You now ask yourself, whom and how to vote? Then this article is for you. Elections to the Faculty Council You have 8 votes which you can use to choose how the 8 seats in the Faculty Council (Info page of […]

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