Events for November 17, 2014 - November 23, 2014

Nov17

11th Annual Potter Lecture

"How Fracking Impacts Our Water: The Pennsylvania Experience"

Nov17

Carlisle Green Drinks 11/17

Food, drink, sustainability

Nov17

Emily Lehman Exhibition

Exhibit of her work.

Nov17

Handlebar Open Hours

Come by the Handlebar and give your bicycle some tender love and care.

Nov17

President’s Open Hour with Students

A chance to speak with President Nancy Roseman.

Nov17

The Death Penalty: Beyond the Numbers

Hear personal stories from panelists who have been impacted directly by our death penalty system.

Nov17

Transgender 101/Gender Non-Conforming Workshop: For Students

In this workshop, learn about the wide variety of gender identities that fit within the umbrella term “transgender.”

Nov18

"Trans" Film Screening & Discussion 11/18

Join the Office of LGBTQ Services for a up-close and very personal journey into the transgender world through the memorable stories and the unusual lives of a remarkable cast of characters.

Nov18

Arabic Language Table

For all levels of comprehension.

Nov18

Discussing Study Abroad in Future Career Paths

Phil Jones, dean of the Career Center, will meet with returned study abroad students to discuss how to incorporate study abroad into a resume and career building opportunities.

Nov18

Earth Sciences Lunch and Learn Seminar Series 11/18

"Exploring the Transformation of Bedrock into Soil in the Deep Critical Zone" College, PA

Nov18

German Language Table

Are you looking for an opportunity to practice your German?

Nov18

Hebrew Language Table

Share a meal while you practice Hebrew.

Nov18

Japanese Language Table

Practice casual conversation with native speakers.

Nov18

Lecture: Children's Developing Understanding of Gender Equity

Featuring developmental psychologist Clare Conry-Murray from St. Joseph's University.

Nov18

Math & CS Chat 11/18

Dick Forrester & Amity Fox will present "Where Do I Go From Here?"

Nov18

Russian Language Table

For all levels of comprehension.

Nov18

Sigma Pi Sigma Induction Ceremony & Keynote Speaker

Keynote speaker Sean Finnegan '01 will present "Powered by Fusion: The Universe, the Nation and You"

Nov18

Women's and Gender Studies and Women's and Gender Resource Lunch 11/18

Kelly Wilt, Violence Prevention Coordinator, will speak at the Women's and Gender Studies and Women and Gender Resource lunch.

Nov19

Allison Hall Working Group Brown Bag Lunch Discussion

Share your ideas & learn about the working group’s deliberations on the best way to renovate and use Allison Hall

Nov19

Annual Thanksgiving Dinner 11/19

Dining Services will host its annual Thanksgiving Dinner for the campus community.

Nov19

Catholic Mass 11/19

Catholic Mass with Fr. Brian Wayne

Nov19

Chinese Language Table

Practice language with native speakers.

Nov19

Earth Issues Seminar Series

Tom Horton, nature writer and professor of practice in environmental studies at Salisbury University, will present "Writing the Chesapeake: 40 Years Communicating Science"

Nov19

Faith Lecture Series

Join us in a conversation about religion and the LGBT community with Louie Marven, executive director, LGBT Center of Central PA

Nov19

Gyranose: A Play in English and French

Students of FREN 362 - French Theatre: From the Page to the Stage present "Clowning Around with Cyrano de Bergerac" by Edmond Rostand and directed by Professor Andy MacDonald

Nov19

Italian Language Table

Are you looking for an opportunity to practice your Italian?

Nov19

Silent Auction 11/19

Help support Delta Sigma Phi.

Nov19

Spanish and Portuguese Language Table

All levels of comprehension are welcome.

Nov19

Women's Basketball v. Johns Hopkins

Cheer on the Red Devils

Nov20

French Language Table

Are you looking for an opportunity to practice your French?

Nov20

Handlebar Open Hours

Come give your bicycle some tender love and care. Located in the basement of Davidson-Wilson (DaWi) adjacent to Dickinson Walk.

Nov20

Highlights Tour: The Trout Gallery

Weekly tour of current exhibits.

Nov20

Junior Class Chipotle & Trivia -Cancelled

Junior Class event with Free Chipotle and Trivia!

Nov20

Linguistic Relativism: Language, Culture, and Thought 11/20

Presented by Professor John Baugh, Washington University

Nov20

Noonday Concert

This concert features students in Dickinson's performance-studies program.

Nov20

Physics Colloquium 11/20

Kim Moore will present "Using Physics as a Tool for Supporting and Enhancing our Understanding of the Life Sciences."

Nov20

Rush Hour: Michael D. Beevers, Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies

Presenting "Climate Change and Geoengineering: Assessing the Discourse and Future Governance"

Nov20

Spanish Film Presentation: El Verdugo 11/20

Film w/subtitles; discussion in English.

Nov20

Thanks for Giving

Join the Devils' Advocates for this year’s senior gift and student giving campaign kick-off event

Nov20

The Religious Life Movie Screening 11/20

Presenting a movie that addresses a specific issue and how faith-based dialogue and cooperation has had a positive impact addressing the issue.

Nov20

Thursday Night Meditation

Silent Meditation in the Buddhist Mindfulness tradition.

Nov20

Transgender 101/Gender Non-Conforming Workshop - For Faculty, Staff & Administrators 11/20

In this workshop, learn about the wide variety of gender identities that fit within the umbrella term “transgender.”

Nov20

Transgender Day of Remembrance 11/20

Please join us in observance of National Transgender Day of Remembrance.

Nov20

Union Station Thanksgiving Lunch

Join fellow faculty, staff and students for a buffet-style lunch special in Union Station.

Nov20

Why Do We Suffer? A Clue to the Meaning of the Universe

Contemplative Practices Lecture Series

Nov21

2014 Toulouse Summer Studio Program Art Exhibit Opening

The exhibition runs through Friday, Dec. 12.

Nov21

Brown Bag Lunch with President Roseman

Learn about the progress that is occurring at Dickinson.

Nov21

Dishes with Delta Nu to Benefit Safe Harbour

Tapas/small plate-style dinner all made by sisters or donated by local restaurants in the Carlisle area.

Nov21

Fred's Team Bake Sale

Benefiting Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Research Center in New York City

Nov21

Shabbat Services

Dinner after services

Nov21

Spectrum Drag Show - Cancelled

Presented by Spectrum and supported by the Feminist Collective and the Office of LGBTQ Services.

Nov21

Vox, Velocity and Vectors

Presented by the Dance Theatre Group, Dickinson College Choir and DICE with Musical-Artists-in-Residence Relâche

Nov22

Diversity Monologue Contest

An annual event designed to showcase the diverse talent on Dickinson's campus and to give students a chance to express their stories to the world through poetry, essays, monologues & speeches

Nov22

Men's Basketball v. Haverford

Cheer on the Red Devils

Nov22

Photovoltaics 101: Getting More Out of Your Panels

Professor Pfister will be running this workshop

Nov22

Run With It! Open Practice

Come join us for an afternoon and learn the ins and outs of improv comedy

Nov22

Vox, Velocity and Vectors

Presented by the Dance Theatre Group, Dickinson College Choir and DICE with Musical-Artists-in-Residence Relâche

Nov22

Basketball v. Haverford 11/22

Cheer on Dickinson Women's Basketball as the Red Devils take on Haverford.

Nov23

Catholic Mass

Join Fr. Brian Wayne for Catholic Mass.

Nov23

Vox, Velocity and Vectors

Presented by the Dance Theatre Group, Dickinson College Choir and DICE with Musical-Artists-in-Residence Relâche