Events for February 21, 2018

Feb21

Hebrew Table

Enjoy dinner with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing Hebrew.

Feb21

Spanish Language Table

Join us for conversation in a fun, low-stress atmosphere to practice your Spanish and to learn about other cultures with faculty and native speakers. For ALL levels of comprehension.

Feb21

Italian Language Table

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

Feb21

Portuguese Language Table

Join fellow students, native speakers and faculty for conversation in a fun, low-stress atmosphere to practice your Portuguese and Brazilian culture.

Feb21

President's Open Hours

Share your thoughts with Pres. Margee Ensign

Feb21

StudenTea: First Year Writing Awards

The Writing Program invites First-Year Seminar students to submit their best essays to the awards competition. Winners Jack Buck and Jessica Cao discuss their writing process.

Feb21

American Studies Bud Shaw Lecture - Whose Citizenship, Whose Security?

Josephina Saldaña-Portilla, professor of social & cultural analysis, New York University will speak at the Annual Bud Shaw Lecture, presented by the American Studies Department.

Feb21

Evil Genius Brewery Tasting & Tour

Join us for a special Dickinson night at Evil Genius Beer Company. Take a tour of the new downtown brewery and catch up with friends in our private Dickinson space.

Feb21

Multiracial Mixer: Colorism, sexuality, and the body discussion + food

February’s Mixer focuses on multiracial and ethnic identity in the context of sex, sexuality, and relationships.

Feb21

LGBTQ Issues in Healthcare with Dr. Thomas Pineo '92 & P'21

Please join Dr. Pineo, Dickinson Class of ‘92, in a discussion which will provide a hopeful pathway toward equity, resilience, and respect in the ever changing LGBTQ/healthcare landscape.

Feb21

Pink Precariat: LGBT Workers in the Shadow of Civil Rights

Margot Canaday, Princeton University, will discuss a preliminary ethnography of LGBTs working in mainstream occupations during the American economy’s “golden age” of the 1950s and 1960s.

Feb21

Delta Nu PC' 18 Gift Ceremony

New members present the sisters with their class gift as well as the songs they have created.