Events for September 20, 2018
Pound Fitness with Jami
Hebrew Language Table
Join us for conversation in a fun, low-stress atmosphere to practice your Hebrew with faculty and native speakers.
Spinning with Killian
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.
Body Blast with Cheri
"Observing our Interstellar Chemical Origins" presented by Olivia Harper Wilkins (Chemistry, Mathematics ’15), Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Caltech
Study Abroad Scholarship and Budget Workshop
This workshop is for students preparing to study abroad
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.
Teach for America HUB Table
Teach for America HUB Info Table - Every Tuesday & Thursday
Paul Baker from West Virginia University will present "Detecting Gravitational Waves with a Pulsar Timing Array". Everyone welcome to attend. Free pizza.
Stop by this event to learn from 70+ students about their summer internship experiences, the Dickinson Internship Grants and the INP.
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.
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!
Club Training Make-Up
Final opportunity for officers to attend this training before the group's EngageD page will be locked for the semester.
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.
Dtones Auditions- Calling all Male Voices and Beatboxers
No singing experience or reading music is required!
Como Agua para Chocolate (1992), Director: Alfonso Arau
Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018
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.
Dog House General Meeting
General meeting for all members of the Dickinson College Dog House.
Come join the brothers of Sigma Lambda Beta on Britton Plaza to satisfy those night time cravings!