Events for November 13, 2018

Nov13

Sports Yoga

Sports Yoga with Jim

Nov13

Spinning

Spinning with Katharine

Nov13

Pound Fitness

Pound Fitness with Jami

Nov13

Teach for America HUB Table

Teach for America HUB Info Table - Every Tuesday & Thursday

Nov13

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.

Nov13

Spanish Language Table

Spanish Language Table for all levels of comprehension

Nov13

Women in Business Weekly Meeting

Weekly Meeting

Nov13

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.

Nov13

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.

Nov13

Table sitting for Apollo Night

All proceeds benefit the Literacy Fund and Safe Harbour!

Nov13

APO Week Day 2

A week raising awareness about Alpha Phi Omega Service fraternity and the service partners we work with!

Nov13

Make Your Path

Event to introduce students to Paths within EngageD.

Nov13

Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) Intercultural Workshop II: Living and Learning Across Cultures

Part of the mandatory 3-part pre-departure intercultural workshop series.

Nov13

Career Chat with Kayla Muirhead '15

Do you want to help patients to diagnose unknown diseases?

Nov13

Book Discussion - A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life

Parker J. Palmer speaks to our yearning to live undivided lives—lives that are congruent with our inner truth—in a world filled with the forces of fragmentation.

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

Marketing and Public Relations Fireside Chat

Interested in a career in marketing or public relations? Hear from Dickinson alumna, Alisa Valudes Whyte '93, CEO/Senior Partner of Merritt Group, a marketing/PR firm hea

Nov13

Dancing at Dickinson- Beginners

Instructor: Frank Hancock.

Nov13

MultiRacial Mixer: Multicultural Food Mixer

An opportunity to discuss diverse culinary traditions.

Nov13

Student Senate Meeting

Every student is welcome to come and contribute.

Nov13

Career Chat and Resume Building

Phil Jones from the Career Center will be joining Atwater residents to talk about job, career, and interview skills and resume building.

Nov13

BSU General Meeting

Black Student Union

Nov13

Dancing at Dickinson- Intermediate/Advanced

Instructor: Frank Hancock.

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.

Nov13

Make Your Path

Event to introduce students to Paths within EngageD.

Nov13

Italian Movie Night - Caterina Va In Citta—Caterina in the Big City (Virzì, 2003)

When her father, Giancarlo, is transferred to Rome from a small town, Caterina, a 12 year old girl, discovers new classmates, a totally new world and an extremely politically divided environment.

Nov13

Brazilian Stereotypes: Diversity and misconceptions about the nation and its people

The Portuguese Club invites all students to participate in the second Brasileiragem of the fall semester. We are going to discuss about the most typical Brazilian stereotypes and their misconceptions.