Events for March 6, 2019
Pilates is a form of exercise that emphasizes the balanced development of the body through strength, flexibility, and awareness in order to support everyday movement.
Spanish Language Table
Spanish Language Table for all levels of comprehension
Portuguese Language Table
Join us for fun conversation in a relaxed atmosphere with fellow students, native speakers and faculty
MOB General Meeting
Come join MOB as we plan out events in the semester and host some of our own!
Portuguese Club Capoeira Class
A fitness class for those interested in getting some exercise!
College Democrats Weekly Meeting
A meeting for students at Dickinson College interested in the Democratic party or candidates.
Coffee & Collaboration
Stop by to chat with Andrew Connell or Isaac Lopp from User Services. Enjoy an informal setting for questions or discussion about any technology-related issues or potential project involvement.
Sustain IT: Charging Towards Carbon Neutrality!
Learn more about how to reduce energy consumption.
Women in Business Celebrate International Women's Day
Celebrate International Women's Day (March 8) early.
Ash Wednesday - Catholic Mass
Join Dickinson Catholic Campus Ministry in Allison Hall for Ash Wednesday Mass!
Arabic Language Table
Practice your Arabic over lunch! All levels welcome
Celebrate Pi Day in Tome Hall with free pie! Everyone welcome. Sponsored by Student Senate and the Math and Computer Science Club.
Speaker Broadcast - Dr. Shefali
World-renowned clinical psychologist and best selling-author.
FaculTea: Lars English - "Is Physical Reality Emergent?"
The FaculTea Series at the Waidner-Spahr Library
The Black Student Union General Meeting
We privilege the voices and experiences of those identifying as black.
Sustainability Careers Webinar, Discussion and Pizza
Webinar and discussion about sustainability careers.
Stitch It Up Weekly Meeting
Come join Stitch It Up for our weekly meeting.
An Evening with Writer Linda Hogan
Poet and novelist Linda Hogan will read from a selection of her works, many of which connect to themes related to gender, Indigeneity and the environment.