All Events

Aug03

Farm Fresh Friday!

Come pick up your farm fresh goodies for the week!

Aug29

Weight Watchers Weekly On-Campus Meetings

Weight Watchers program incorporates the best and the latest in nutritional science and research. Interested in joining these meetings? Send an email to devwell@dickinson.edu to learn more.

Sep03

Pilates- Mondays

Pilates with Jenni

Sep04

Sports Yoga

Sports Yoga with Jim

Sep04

Russian Language Table

Enjoy your evening meal with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your Russian. All levels of comprehension.

Sep04

Japanese Language Table

Japanese Language Table is held every Tuesday (unless otherwise noted) during the semester for all levels of comprehension in HUB side room 201.

Sep04

German Language Table for All Levels of Comprehension

Enjoy your dinner with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your German. All levels of comprehension welcome.

Sep05

Pilates- Wednesdays

Pilates with Jenni

Sep05

Italian Language Table

Enjoy your dinner with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your Italian language skills. All levels of comprehension welcome.

Sep05

Chinese Language Table

Chinese Language Table is held every Wednesday (unless otherwise noted) during the semester for all levels of comprehension in HUB side room 205.

Sep05

Spanish Language Table

Spanish Language Table for all levels of comprehension.

Sep05

Portuguese Langauge Table

Portuguese Language Table. Join us for fun conversation in a relaxed atmosphere with fellow students, native speakers and faculty.

Sep06

Hebrew Language Table

Join us for conversation in a fun, low-stress atmosphere to practice your Hebrew with faculty and native speakers.

Sep06

Pound Fitness

Pound Fitness with Jami

Sep06

French Language Table

Enjoy your dinner with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your French language skills. All levels of comprehension welcome.

Sep06

Spinning

Spinning with Killian

Sep06

Body Blast

Body Blast with Cheri

Sep09

Spinning

Group Fitness Class: Spinning with Kara Dixon

Sep09

Power Yoga

Group Fitness Class with Julia

Sep10

Zumba

Zumba with Fiona

Sep10

Body Blast

Body Blast with Cheri

Sep10

Random Acts of Kindness Meeting

Random Acts of Kindness will be holding our meetings every Monday at 7pm. We enjoy spreading love and kindness throughout the Dickinson community. Everyone is welcome!!! Have a wonderful day!

Sep11

Spinning

Spinning with Katharine

Sep11

Pound Fitness

Pound Fitness with Jami

Sep12

Zumba

Move to the music!

Sep12

College Democrats Meeting

Weekly meeting.

Sep13

Asbell Cooking Club

Farm Fresh Food!

Sep14

Cardio: Tone & Stretch

Cardio with Tina

Sep14

Weed n' Feed

Looking for an escape from campus?

Sep14

Kpop Club Weekly Meeting

Weekly Friday night activities enjoying Kpop including karaoke and dancing.

Sep17

Extended Orientation: Diversity and Inclusion

An interactive workshop

Sep17

BSU Exec Meeting

BSU Exec Meeting

Sep24

Outing Club Meeting

Learn about this week's Outing Club Trips and see the Outdoor Video of the Week!

Sep18

Teach for America HUB Table

Teach for America HUB Info Table - Every Tuesday & Thursday

Sep19

Yom Kippur Morning Services

Day of Atonement and Repentance

Sep19

Yom Kippur Evening Services

Day of Atonement and Repentance

Sep19

Psych Club Meeting

Anyone can attend any meeting and you don't have to be a psychology major to join.

Sep19

Yom Kippur: Break-The-Fast

Day of Atonement and Repentance

Sep20

The Hive Open House and Adopt-a-Bee Kickoff

If you ever wanted to see what the Dickinson College hives are all about, now is your chance.

Sep20

Study Abroad Scholarship and Budget Workshop

This workshop is for students preparing to study abroad

Sep20

Faculty Research Lunch: Jeff Engelhardt and Sarah Campbell '19, Social Epistemology on the Radio

Prof. Engelhardt and Sarah Campbell will talk about their presuppositions and methods, and why they think the Rush Limbaugh Show induces in its listeners (what they call) false double consciousness.

Sep20

Internship Showcase

Stop by this event to learn from 70+ students about their summer internship experiences, the Dickinson Internship Grants and the INP.

Sep20

AAUW First General Meeting

This is AAUW's first general meeting of the semester where we will inform everyone about upcoming events and discuss current gender equity issues!

Sep20

Physics Colloquium

Paul Baker from West Virginia University will present "Detecting Gravitational Waves with a Pulsar Timing Array". Everyone welcome to attend. Free pizza.

Sep20

Teach for America HUB Table

Teach for America HUB Info Table - Every Tuesday & Thursday

Sep20

Rush Hour

"Observing our Interstellar Chemical Origins" presented by Olivia Harper Wilkins (Chemistry, Mathematics ’15), Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Caltech

Sep20

Club Training Make-Up

Final opportunity for officers to attend this training before the group's EngageD page will be locked for the semester.

Sep20

Di(ne)alogue for Trans, Non-Binary, Genderqueer, Gender Non-conforming, & Questioning Students

All trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, and questioning students are invited to a monthly di(ne)alogue.

Sep20

Extended Orientation: Diversity and Inclusion

An interactive workshop

Sep20

Dtones Auditions- Calling all Male Voices and Beatboxers

No singing experience or reading music is required!

Sep20

The Mask You Live In Screening

This documentary premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and explores how America’s narrow definition of masculinity is harming boys, men, and society at large, and what we can do about it.

Sep20

Como Agua para Chocolate (1992), Director: Alfonso Arau

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018

Sep20

Walking Tacos

Come join the brothers of Sigma Lambda Beta on Britton Plaza to satisfy those night time cravings!

Sep21

Now Recruiting Class of 2019 Baird Sustainability Fellows - Info Session

Seniors from all majors and all academic divisions are invited to apply for candidacy as a Baird Sustainability Fellow, a college-wide honors program.

Sep21

21st Annual Christopher Roberts Lecture

"What Really Happened in Renaissance Gardens" by Ingrid Rowland, Professor, Departments of History and School of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, Rome, Italy.

Sep21

Shabbat Services

Dinner After Services!

Sep21

5th Annual Stanley Ned Rosenbaum Judaic Studies Lecture

Reflecting on the years that built Jewish life at Dickinson.

Sep21

Fall 2018 Poitras Gleim Lecture

Student Senate is excited to announce this year’s speaker for the annual Poitras Gleim lecture will be Piper Kerman!

Sep22

All-campus Barbecue & Tailgate

Join students, families, alumni, Dickinson Athletics Hall of Fame inductees, faculty and staff for food and fun.

Sep22

Field Hockey: Dickinson vs. Muhlenberg

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Sep22

Women's Soccer: Dickinson vs. Muhlenberg

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Sep22

21st Annual Christopher Roberts Lecture

"The Heavenly Journeys of Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680)" by Ingrid Rowland, Professor, Departments of History and School of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, Rome, Italy.

Sep22

Making the Most of Your Senior Year: Class of 2019

Hosted by the College Deans, the Office of Academic Advising, Alumni Relations, the Career Center and the Division of Student Life.

Sep22

Volleyball: Dickinson vs. Muhlenberg

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Sep23

14th annual Run for Steph

Join the Dickinson community at the Kline Center on Sunday, September 23, 2018 for the 14th annual Run for Steph 5K run/2 mile walk during Homecoming & Family Weekend.

Sep23

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, September 23 at 3:00pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome.

Sep23

Yoga on the Farm

Give your mind and body a rest from the hustle and bustle of the first month of classes with a well deserved yoga session on the farm.

Sep24

Listening

In the enthusiasm to make a point, do we miss the opportunity to really hear what our colleagues, friends or family members are trying to communicate? Learn techniques & benefits of active listening!

Sep24

Intercultural Allyship Day - Campus Inclusion Week!

Learn how to be an ally

Sep24

Student Research Grant Opportunity – Information Session

Come learn about a new research grant opportunity.

Sep24

Johns Hopkins SAIS Linkage Info Session

Learn about the 3+2 agreement Dickinson has with the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.

Sep24

Hōkūleʻa: Polynesian Voyaging & Global Sustainability

Examining how the Hōkūleʻa’s voyage charts routes for cultural revival, global sustainability and inter-generational leadership.

Sep25

Resume Rush at the Career Center

Stop by Biddle House to have your resume reviewed, or for help getting started.

Sep25

York County Office of Children, Youth and Families HUB Table

Stop by to speak with a representative about available opportunities.

Sep25

Math/CS Chat

Ronesha Dennis & James Midkiff '17 will present "Enterprise Knowledge: Introducing KM to Our Future". Free pizza and everyone welcome to attend!

Sep25

Now Recruiting Class of 2019 Baird Sustainability Fellows - Info Session

Seniors from all majors and all academic divisions are invited to apply for candidacy as a Baird Sustainability Fellow, a college-wide honors program.

Sep25

Demystifying Disability and Celebrating Neurodiversity - Campus Inclusion Week!

Learn more about neurodiversity and atypicality through a series of dynamic interactive activities.

Sep25

Trout Gallery Guided Tour - Re-Riding History

Join us at The Trout Gallery for a tour and discussion of two exhibitions that examine the history of what was to become The Carlisle Indian Industrial School.

Sep25

Extended Orientation: Diversity and Inclusion

An interactive workshop

Sep26

U.S. Customs and Border Protection HUB Table

Mark Evan, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Technician is scheduled to be on campus on September 26.

Sep26

What Are Your Gender Pronouns Day - Campus Inclusion Week!

LGBTQ Services invites the entire community to explore the importance of gender identity and expression!

Sep26

Arabic Language Table

Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome.

Sep26

Why Connect: Demystifying the Relationship with Your Advisor

Why Connect: Demystifying the Relationship with Your Advisor - 9/26 at 4:30, Bosler 310

Sep26

Extended Orientation: Diversity and Inclusion

An interactive workshop

Sep26

Men's Soccer: Dickinson vs. Franklin & Marshall

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Sep26

Talk is Trump and the Rule of Law

Neal Katyal, former acting solicitor general of the United States, will be discussing the Supreme Court, President Trump, the Mueller investigation, and the rule of law in a wide ranging discussion.

Sep27

R.A.I.S.E. Training for FAS

Focusing on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to LGBTQQIA+

Sep27

Physics Colloquium

Rajmal Jain from the Indian Space Research Organization in Ahmedabad, India will present "The Dynamic Sun." Everyone welcome to attend. Free pizza.

Sep27

Campus Action Day - Campus Inclusion Week!

Includes a cool interactive game.

Sep27

Microcosm Interest Meeting

Learn about ways to get involved in yearbook and all of the exciting staff positions that are available!

Sep27

University of Maine MA in Global Policy Linkage Agreement Info. Session

Learn about the agreement between Dickinson and the University of Maine's Global Policy program. (Concentrations: Int'l Env'l Policy, Int'l Trade & Commerce, Int'l Security & U.S. Foreign Policy)

Sep27

University of Bremen Graduate School Linkage Agreement Info. Session

Learn about the agreement between Dickinson and the Univ of Bremen for graduate study!

Sep27

Now Recruiting Class of 2019 Baird Sustainability Fellows - Info Session

Seniors from all majors and all academic divisions are invited to apply for candidacy as a Baird Sustainability Fellow, a college-wide honors program.

Sep27

Stone and Spirit: Suiseki (Japanese Landscape Stones) and Asian Stone Arts

Stone collector and woodworker Sean Smith and artist Nami Yamamoto talk and discuss the meaning of stone and the beauty of nature.

Sep27

Intercultural Research and Exchange: Focus on China

Come join us in a conversational, intercultural exchange between domestic and international students.

Sep27

Joseph Priestley Award Celebration Lecture: Giving New Life to Materials for Energy, the Environment and Medicine

MIT Professor Angela Belcher will address the possiblities Engineering Biology provides for working with and tailoring properties in devices for energy, environmental remediation, and cancer research.

Sep27

Sigma Lambda Beta Informational

Come learn more about Sigma Lambda Beta from the bros here at Dickinson College.

Sep28

Management Development

Session # 1

Sep28

Student Advocacy Day - Campus Inclusion Week!

Learn about the great work our students do to engage Dickinsonians and surrounding communities, in multiple forms of advocacy.

Sep28

Aetna Individual Consultation

Our Aetna representative will be available on campus to help answer your claims questions or inquiries regarding your medical and mental health services. Please register through Totara.

Sep28

Shabbat Services

Dinner After Services!

Sep29

Central Pennsylvania Consortium Symposium: Critical Perspectives on Soccer and Social Justice II

The Symposium will address issues of equality and representation in soccer with a focus on the past, present, and future of the sport.

Sep29

Inclusive Leadership Student Retreat

A voluntary learning opportunity

Sep29

Football: Dickinson vs. Susquehanna

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Sep30

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, September 30 at 3:00 pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome.

Oct01

Now Recruiting Class of 2019 Baird Sustainability Fellows - Info Session

Seniors from all majors and all academic divisions are invited to apply for candidacy as a Baird Sustainability Fellow, a college-wide honors program.

Oct01

R.A.I.S.E. Training for FAS

Focuses on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to LGBTQQIA+

Oct01

Boost Your Brain Power

Brain function depends on many aspects of our physiology and nutrition provided by what we eat. Wondering what foods feed your brain the best? Attend this Nutrition Info Session to learn more!

Oct01

Archaeological Institute of America Lecture

Lecture: A Day in the Life of a Sixteenth-Century Ani-Yunwiya (Cherokee) Village Sponsored by the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology.

Oct01

A Poetry Reading by Lisa Dordal

A poetry reading by prize-winning poet, Lisa Dordal

Oct01

Random Acts of Kindness

This is a meeting for the Random Acts of Kindness Club.

Oct01

Overland Summer Info Session

Overland hires exceptional college students and recent graduates to lead summer programs across the country and around the world.

Oct02

Unpacking & Integrating Internships: Policy Management Senior Seminar

The director of internships is invited into the senior seminar to facilitate a discussion about unpacking and integrating internship experiences.

Oct02

Men's Soccer: Dickinson vs. Misericordia

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Oct02

BSU General Meeting

Mark your calendars.

Oct03

Arabic Language Table

Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome

Oct03

Field Hockey: Dickinson vs. Johns Hopkins

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Oct03

Women's Soccer: Dickinson vs. Johns Hopkins

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Oct03

Welcome the Class of 2018 to Boston!

Join Dickinsonians in the Boston area as we welcome our newest alumni from the Class of 2018 to their new hometown!

Oct03

Volleyball: Dickinson vs. Johns Hopkins

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Oct03

Psych Club Meeting

Anyone can attend any meeting and you don't have to be a psychology major to join.

Oct04

Interfaith Service Trip Panera Bread Fundraiser

Come to Panera or order rapid pickup or delivery tonight!

Oct04

Yearbook Cover Design Session

Brainstorm design ideas for the cover of The Microcosm.

Oct04

Sin nombre (2009), Director: Cary Fukanaga

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018

Oct04

CASA Cafe

Join Kappa Alpha Theta and student performance groups for a night of fun, music, performances and refreshments.

Oct04

Intercollegiate Athletics: Teamwork, Leadership, & Career Development

What have you learned as a varsity athlete? How can you use this knowledge off the court? Leadership and teamwork are among the skills current employers value most.

Oct05

R.A.I.S.E. Training for FAS

Focuses on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to LGBTQQIA+

Oct05

Dickinson in Denver: Ghost Tour Pub Crawl

Join us for a haunted pub tour, an experience you won’t forget! Part ghost tour and part pub crawl, this event brings the creepy history of Denver, and some of the city’s most famous haunted stories.

Oct06

The Walt Disney Family Museum

Guided tour and animation workshop at The Walt Disney Family Museum in The Presidio.

Oct07

Women's Golf: Dickinson All-American Red Devil Classic

Cheer on your Red Devils!

Oct07

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, October 7 at 3:00 pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Oct08

R.A.I.S.E. Training for Students

Focusing on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to the LGBTQQIA+

Oct08

Christie's Education Master's Program Meet & Greet with Hilary Smith '06

We invite you to come learn about available programs and speak with AVP, Recruitment and Admissions Officer, Hilary Smith (Dickinson Class of 2006).

Oct08

Random Acts of Kindness

Meeting for the Random Acts of Kindness Club. Everyone is welcome!

Oct09

Forging a Career Path - Google, Environmentalism and Book Authorship

Career talk by Trevor Cohen '12

Oct09

Marx in Soho

Bob Weick returns as Karl Marx in Howard Zinn's one-person play, and delivers an impassioned performance that connects Marx to contemporary themes.

Oct10

Arabic Language Table

Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome.

Oct10

Environmental Racism in the Age of Climate Change

Jacqueline Patterson, director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, will address environmental racism and how is effects the many facets of climate change.

Oct10

Remember the Tritons: Leveraging Your Campus Experience

What have you learned as a Triton? How can you use this knowledge to further define your interests? In resumes, interviews, and networking opportunities as you prepare for life in the wider world?

Oct11

Beliefs & Big Question on Britton

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice will be out on Britton Plaza from 12-1 giving students a chance to engage in some personal reflection on important values and ideas.

Oct11

Career Connections Orientation

Learn about what to expect for the Career Connections program and how to make the most of the event.

Oct11

Earth Sciences Lunch and Learn Seminar Series

"Dissecting Jurassic Park's Dinos: Playing along with pop culture to foster more positive public perceptions of sciences", presented by Ryan Haupt, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History

Oct11

Sustainable Endowment?

Join Rob Symington (Investment Committee, Board of Trustees) and Sarah Kolansky (Associate Director of Sustainability, Graham Partners) for a discussion about Dickinson's endowment.

Oct11

Did You Really Just Say That?

A student workshop on addressing cultural conflicts

Oct11

Dolores (2017), Director: Peter Bratt

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series

Oct11

Enterprise Knowledge Info Session - Meet with Zach Wahl '98

Stop by to talk with alum, Zach Wahl '98, President and Founder of Enterprise Knowledge to learn more about the organization and available opportunities.

Oct12

Career Connections Orientation

For all students who applied for the Career Connections program - learn about what to expect for the and how to make the most of the event.

Oct12

Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Muscial Play

In a not-too-distant future, survivors of a catastrophic destruction of the electrical grid huddle together and seek comfort in recalling their favorite episode of The Simpsons.

Oct13

Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Muscial Play

In a not-too-distant future, survivors of a catastrophic destruction of the electrical grid huddle together and seek comfort in recalling their favorite episode of The Simpsons.

Oct14

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, October 14 at 3:00pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Oct15

R.A.I.S.E. Training for FAS

Focuses on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to LGBTQQIA+

Oct15

AAUW Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop for Students

Negotiate your highest possible salary and help close the wage gap.

Oct15

Business and Finance Alumni Talk and Reception

Get an insider’s view of Dickinson’s business and investment strategies, courtesy of Vice President for Finance and Administration Bronte Burleigh-Jones.

Oct15

Random Acts of Kindness

Meeting for the Random Acts of Kindness Club. Everyone is welcome!

Oct15

Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Muscial Play

In a not-too-distant future, survivors of a catastrophic destruction of the electrical grid huddle together and seek comfort in recalling their favorite episode of The Simpsons.

Oct16

Career Connections Orientation

For all students who applied for the Career Connections program - learn about what to expect for the and how to make the most of the event.

Oct16

Earth Sciences Lunch and Learn Seminar Series

Composition of venting fluids at the deepest hydrothermal system in the Pacific, presented by Jill McDermott, assistant professor at Lehigh University.

Oct16

Blue Wave, Red Wave or No Wave? A Political Scientist’s Take on the 2018 Midterm Elections

Assistant Professor of Political Science David O’Connell will help the audience develop a deeper understanding of the dynamics behind Congressional elections.

Oct16

Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Muscial Play

In a not-too-distant future, survivors of a catastrophic destruction of the electrical grid huddle together and seek comfort in recalling their favorite episode of The Simpsons.

Oct17

Arabic Language Table

Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome

Oct17

Di(ne)alogue for Trans, Non-Binary, Genderqueer, Gender Non-conforming, & Questioning Students

All trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, and questioning students are invited to a monthly Di(ne)alogue.

Oct18

Aetna Individual Consultation

Our Aetna representative will be available on campus to help answer your claims questions or inquiries regarding your medical and mental health services. Please register through Totara.

Oct18

Preparing for a Role in Supervision

This interactive series is for employees looking to prepare for a future in management. The series covers fundamental skills that all individuals need to know before making that leap into management.

Oct19

Management Development

Session # 2

Oct19

President's Open Hours with Students

Share your thoughts with Pres. Margee Ensign

Oct21

Dickinson Dives Into the Deep End: Water Policy at Local, National and International Scales

Join us for a stimulating discussion with Dickinson alumni who are helping to shape water policy through their work at the local, national and international levels.

Oct22

Free Blood Pressure Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Screenings are available to the campus community during the fall semester on select Mondays from noon-1 p.m. Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle

Oct22

Career Connections in NYC

Join Dickinson students for the fourth-annual Career Connections networking reception in New York City!

Oct23

Japanese Language Table

Japanese Language Table is held every Tuesday (unless otherwise noted) during the semester for all levels of comprehension in HUB side room 201.

Oct24

University of Otago Info Session

Come learn about study abroad in New Zealand!

Oct24

Arabic Language Table

Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome

Oct24

Out of Many Faiths: Religious Diversity and the American Promise

Eboo Patel, founder of Interfaith Youth Core, will explore America's promise of equality & dignity for all and how that promise is the foundation of America's strength as a nation.

Oct25

French Language Table

Enjoy your lunch with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your French language skills. All levels of comprehension welcome.

Oct25

Ônibus 174 (2002), Directors: José Padilha and Felipe Lacerda

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018

Oct26

Shabbat Services

Dinner After Services!

Oct26

Pride and Prejudice

Pendragon Theatre presents Kate Hamill's vivaciously theatrical adaption of Jane Austen's classic Pride and Prejudice.

Oct27

Dickinson College Career Conference

Don't miss this opportunity to attend career-related programming and network with alumni. Events are scheduled throughout the day, from 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Oct27

Pride and Prejudice

Pendragon Theatre presents Kate Hamill's vivaciously theatrical adaption of Jane Austen's classic Pride and Prejudice.

Oct28

Lauren Lau Day Of Service

A day of community service in honor of Lauren Lau ‘19 who passed away in October of 2016.

Oct28

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, October 28 at 3:00 pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Oct29

Random Acts of Kindness

Meeting for the Random Acts of Kindness Club. Everyone is welcome!

Oct30

Spanish Language Table

Spanish Language Table for all levels of comprehension

Oct30

Did You Really Just Say That?

A student workshop on addressing cultural conflicts

Oct30

Russian Language Table

Enjoy your evening meal with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your Russian. All levels of comprehension.

Oct30

German Language Table for All Levels of Comprehension

Enjoy your dinner with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your German. All levels of comprehension welcome.

Oct31

Aetna Individual Consultation

Our Aetna representative will be available on campus to help answer your claims questions or inquiries regarding your medical and mental health services. Please register through Totara.

Oct31

Italian Language Table

Enjoy your lunch with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your Italian language skills. All levels of comprehension welcome.

Oct31

Arabic Language Table

Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome

Oct31

Chinese Language Table

Chinese Language Table is held every Wednesday (unless otherwise noted) during the semester for all levels of comprehension in HUB side room 202.

Nov01

R.A.I.S.E. Training for FAS

Focuses on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to LGBTQQIA+

Nov01

All Saints Day Catholic Mass

Join us for a special mass to celebrate All Saints Day on Thursday, November 1 at 12:00 noon in Allison Great Hall. All are welcome.

Nov01

Preparing for a Role in Supervision

This interactive series is for employees looking to prepare for a future in management. The series covers fundamental skills that all individuals need to know before making that leap into management.

Nov01

Asbell Cooking Club

Farm Fresh Food!

Nov01

How the Wild West was Spun

Storyteller & Activist Dovie Thomason, will share the story about when Buffalo Bill Cody took his wild west show to Europe.

Nov01

Frida (2002), Director: Julie Taymor

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018

Nov03

Dickinson in Chicago at SNL: The Experience

Immerse yourself in television history.

Nov04

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, November 4 at 3:00 pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Nov05

Random Acts of Kindness Club

Random Acts of Kindness meetings occur every Monday at 7 in Althouse 08. Everyone is welcome! We hope to see you there!

Nov06

R.A.I.S.E. Training for FAS

Focuses on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to LGBTQQIA+

Nov07

President's Open Hours with Students

Share your thoughts with Pres. Margee Ensign

Nov07

Demystifying Disability: Simulation activities to better understand the challenges of many Dickinsonians.

Providing you insights using a collection of hands-on experiences.

Nov08

Di(ne)alogue for Trans, Non-Binary, Genderqueer, Gender Non-conforming, & Questioning Students

All trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, and questioning students are invited to a monthly Di(ne)alogue.

Nov11

King of the Yees at Baltimore Center Stage

You’re invited to join Professor of Theatre Todd Wronski and students from his acting class for a performance of King of the Yees at Baltimore Center Stage.

Nov11

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, November 11 at 3:00 pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Nov12

Aetna Individual Consultation

Our Aetna representative will be available on campus to help answer your claims questions or inquiries regarding your medical and mental health services. Please register through Totara.

Nov13

Earth Sciences Lunch and Learn Seminar Series

Summer research experiences on arctic and alpine climate change, presented by Ben Edwards, professor of earth sciences, Kristin Strock, assistant professor of environmental studies and ERSC students.

Nov13

How Democracies Die

Harvard Professor Danial Ziblatt, will examine the history of democracy in the U.S. against a global backdrop of how democracies have died throughout history.

Nov14

The Paradox of Productivity: Lessons from an Indigenous Agriculture

Jane Mt. Pleasant, Cornell University, will provide insights into the productive Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) agricultural systems of the 17th & 18th centuries.

Nov15

Preparing for a Role in Supervision

This interactive series is for employees looking to prepare for a future in management. The series covers fundamental skills that all individuals need to know before making that leap into management.

Nov15

Volver (2006), Director: Pedro Almodóvar

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018

Nov15

Tomorrow Will Be Different - A Conversation with Sarah McBride

National Press Secretary at the Human Rights Campaign

Nov15

Love, Loss and the Fight for Trans Equality

Sarah McBride, activist and national press secretary for the Human Rights Campaign, will talk about her moving memoir, "Tomorrow Will Be Different."

Nov16

Navigating Dickinson College

The Navigating Dickinson Orientation Session introduces newly hired staff to the college community. Participants will take part in a walking tour and be provided lunch.

Nov16

PROJECT3

PROJECT3 weaves together dance, media and sound to animate, illuminate and celebrate one of downtown Carlisle's most treasured venues.

Nov16

PROJECT3

PROJECT3 weaves together dance, media and sound to animate, illuminate and celebrate one of downtown Carlisle's most treasured venues.

Nov17

PROJECT3

PROJECT3 weaves together dance, media and sound to animate, illuminate and celebrate one of downtown Carlisle's most treasured venues.

Nov17

PROJECT3

PROJECT3 weaves together dance, media and sound to animate, illuminate and celebrate one of downtown Carlisle's most treasured venues.

Nov18

PROJECT3

PROJECT3 weaves together dance, media and sound to animate, illuminate and celebrate one of downtown Carlisle's most treasured venues.

Nov18

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, November 18 at 3:00 pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Nov19

Free Blood Pressure Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Screenings are available to the campus community during the fall semester on select Mondays from noon-1 p.m. Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle

Nov27

Japanese Language Table

Japanese Language Table is held every Tuesday (unless otherwise noted) during the semester for all levels of comprehension in HUB side room 201.

Nov28

Arabic Language Table

Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome

Nov28

Chinese Language Table

Chinese Language Table is held every Wednesday (unless otherwise noted) during the semester for all levels of comprehension in HUB side room 205.

Nov28

Portuguese Langauge Table

Portuguese Language Table. Join us for fun conversation in a relaxed atmosphere with fellow students, native speakers and faculty.

Nov29

Aetna Individual Consultation

Our Aetna representative will be available on campus to help answer your claims questions or inquiries regarding your medical and mental health services. Please register through Totara.

Nov29

Preparing for a Role in Supervision

This interactive series is for employees looking to prepare for a future in management. The series covers fundamental skills that all individuals need to know before making that leap into management.

Nov29

También la Lluvia (2010), Director: Icíar Bollaín

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018

Nov29

Feminist Sorority Girls: A Place for Intersectionality in Tradition?

A panel of experts will address the history of sororities and the possibilities for activism within them.

Nov30

Management Development

Session # 3

Nov30

Shabbat Services

Dinner After Services!

Dec02

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, December 2 at 3:00pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Dec04

University of Malaga Graduate School Linkage Agreement Info. Session

Attend this information session to learn about the linkage agreement that exists between Dickinson College and the University of Malaga for graduate study, and the process for applying.

Dec06

Asbell Cooking Club

Farm Fresh Food!

Dec06

Princesas (2005), Director: Fernando León de Aranoa

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Fall 2018

Dec09

Catholic Mass

Join us for mass on Sunday, December 9 at 3:00pm in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome!

Dec11

President's Open Hours with Students

Share your thoughts with Pres. Margee Ensign

Dec16

Catholic Mass

Join us for the final mass of the semester on Sunday, December 16 at 3 p.m. in the Allison Interfaith Chapel. All are welcome.

Dec17

Free Blood Pressure Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Screenings are available to the campus community during the fall semester on select Mondays from noon-1 p.m. Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle

Dec21

Management Development

Session # 4

Jan14

Free Blood Pressure Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Screenings are available to the campus community during the spring semester on select Mondays from noon-1 p.m. Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle

Jan15

Protecting Our Community - Nonexempt Staff

This is a one hour session that provides an overview of the expectations Dickinson College holds for nonexempt staff.

Jan15

Protecting Our Community - Exempt Staff

This is a two hour session that provides an overview of the expectations Dickinson College holds for exempt staff.

Jan18

Management Development

Session # 5

Jan21

Common Reading Book Discussion

The Common Book Reading Discussion will be on the first day of classes in Spring 2019

Jan24

Goal Writing

This workshop will review how to write meaningful goals that become the basis for strong performance.

Feb19

University of Queensland Graduate School Linkage Program Info. Session

If you are interested in learning about the options for graduate study at the University of Queensland in Australia, plan to attend this session. The linkage agreement between Dickinson and UQ wil be

Feb22

Management Development

Session # 6

Mar22

Management Development

Session # 7

Mar29

Navigating Dickinson College

The Navigating Dickinson Orientation Session introduces newly hired staff to the college community. Participants will take part in a walking tour and be provided lunch.

Mar30

Gaming Club meeting

Meets every Saturday to play games.

Apr15

Free Blood Pressure Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Screenings are available to the campus community during the spring semester on select Mondays from noon-1 p.m. Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle

Apr26

Management Development

Session # 8

May16

Protecting Our Community - Nonexempt Staff

This is a one hour session that provides an overview of the expectations Dickinson College holds for nonexempt staff.

May16

Protecting Our Community - Exempt Staff

This is a two hour session that provides an overview of the expectations Dickinson College holds for exempt staff.

May18

Baccalaureate

An opportunity for students to share how their Dickinson education has challenged and transformed them.

May19

Commencement

The culmination of one's undergraduate experience.

May20

Free Blood Pressure Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Screenings are available to the campus community during the spring semester on select Mondays from noon-1 p.m. Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle

Jun17

Free Blood Pressure Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Screenings are available to the campus community during the spring semester on select Mondays from noon-1 p.m. Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle