Events for February 21, 2019

Feb21

French Language Table

Join us for conversation in a casual atmosphere to practice your French and to learn about other cultures with faculty and native speakers.

Feb21

PALS Meeting

Join us for lunch and a good conversation about contraceptive access, developing healthy sexual relationships and more!

Feb21

Panhellenic Council Meeting

Weekly Panhellenic Meeting

Feb21

Spinning

A group fitness class for those interested in getting some exercise!

Feb21

Body Blast

Fitness class

Feb21

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

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

Feb21

Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) Intercultural Workshop I: Grappling with Culture

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

Feb21

Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) Intercultural Workshop III: Navigating Identity and Relationships Across Cultures

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

Feb21

Pound Fitness

Pound Fitness Class

Feb21

Intercultural Spirituality Series Faith and Practice: How to Be a Perfect Stranger (Islam | Muslim Practice)

In this series Faith and Practice: How to Be a Perfect Stranger we will have the opportunity to listen to people of faith talk about their own tradition.

Feb21

Faculty Research Lunch: Gubernatorial Elections and Coattail Effects of Female Candidates

In this paper, we examine “gender coattails”: the ability of women candidates to attract votes for other women running down ballot.

Feb21

Earth Issues Seminar Series

"Njamba's and Inyiimbo's: Stories and lessons from two years of conservation agriculture and development work in Zambia", presented by Tabea Zimmerman '15.

Feb21

Di(ne)alogue for Trans, Non-Binary, GNC, & Genderqueer Students

All trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming, genderqueer and questioning students are invited to a monthly di(ne)alogue.

Feb21

The Idea of Race as a Political Strategy: Examples from American History

2019 History Pflaum lecture with Prof. Jacqueline Jones, award-winning author of "A Dreadful Deceit: The Myth of Race from the Colonial Era to Obama's America"

Feb21

Moi, Un Noir / I, A Negro

Few films have had as sweeping an impact as Jean Rouch’s 1958 revolutionary ethnographic portrait of three Nigerien migrants in a bustling neighborhood of Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Feb21

Dog House General Meeting

The weekly general meeting for the Dickinson College Dog House.