Tag Archive for AEGEE-Aachen Bear

German Polar Bears in Aachen: “Connecting Old and New Members Makes Working Together Easier for Everybody”

Polar bears can not only be found in the Artic Ocean: in Aachen you can find many as well! Board members of AEGEE-Aachen, Tim Mollenhauer and Katharina Hartz, tell us about the story behind their famous mascot, their ways of keeping members active, and much more!   The AEGEEan:  Could you tell us about the establishment and the current structure of AEGEE-Aachen?… Read more →

Local of the Month AEGEE-Aachen: “We Really Are a Group of Friends”

Surely all of you have already encountered the famous mascot of AEGEE-Aachen somewhere in Europe. Now, the German local became the Local of the Month. The AEGEEan talked to two of AEGEE-Aachen’s new board members, Leonie Riebesam and Malte Berrenberg, about the antenna, their recipe for success and their potential plans for an Agora application. With around 120 members, of… Read more →

AEGEE-Aachen’s Colourful Participation in Their City’s Carnival Parade

Since only ten days, the carnival season in Germany is over. Many people went crazy, celebrated for days without a pause and of course, a lot of carnival parades took place. In Aachen, one of the most western cities of Germany, 35 AEGEEans took part in the three-hour-long procession and spread Europtimism throughout their motto “Europe is colourful, and it’s… Read more →

AEGEE-Aachenawa: Two Locals, Two Beary Mascots and One Twin Antennae Contract to Sign

In less than two months, the Autumn Agora in Cagliari takes place and all participants will have the chance to see how AEGEE-Aachen and AEGEE-Warszawa will become twin antennae. To find out more about this German-Polish friendship and the apparent love between their mascots, The AEGEEan spoke to Joanna Pankowska, president of AEGEE-Warszawa.  It all started as a classic twin… Read more →