Events for October 25, 2018
Hebrew Language Table
Join us for conversation in a fun, low-stress atmosphere to practice your Hebrew with faculty and native speakers.
Pound Fitness with Jami
Spinning with Killian
Body Blast with Cheri
Teach for America HUB Table
Teach for America HUB Info Table - Every Tuesday & Thursday
The Biometric Screening provides a snapshot of your health looking at your total cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, height, weight, waist circumference and body mass index (BMI).
A celebration of asexual identities.
This concert features students in Dickinson's performance studies and chamber music programs.
Raising money for Operation Smile.
Open Session on Strategic Priorities
This session will cover the same information that was included in the Oct. 8 open session, but will hopefully allow others to attend who were unable to do so.
Justice and Education Lunch
We hope to see you in Landis House!
Earth Issues Seminar Series with Dr. Jane Battersby
Join ENST, CSE, and Food Studies for a guest lecture by Dr. Jane Battersby, Research Coordinator for the African Center for Cities at the University of Cape Town.
Halloween Costume Sale
The Mermaid Players and Dance Theatre Group’s joint fundraiser featuring costumes from the Department of Theatre and Dance’s Shop.
French Language Table
Enjoy your lunch with fellow students, native speakers and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere while practicing your French language skills. All levels of comprehension welcome.
Careers in Nonprofit Management--The Skills You Need to be in Nonprofit Leadership
75-90% nonprofit leaders are leaving.
Landis Listens - A Community Conversation On QTPOC (Queer & Trans People of Color) Community @ Dickinson
This event is co-sponsored by the Division of Student Life.
Lecture: Chris Sharples '87
Chris Sharples '87, principal at SHoP Architects in NYC will present Out of Practice, a lecture about his work at SHoP.
DTones Rehearsal Fall 2018 -THURSDAYS
Fall rehearsal schedule for Thursdays 6:30-8 p.m.
Ônibus 174 (2002), Directors: José Padilha and Felipe Lacerda
Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018
Media & Politics - A German-American Comparison of Past, Present and Future
Professor Wolfgang Hagen will present a historical analysis of the interrelations of politics with the most current media technologies, from radio to Twitter. Reception to follow.
Philosophy Club Meeting
Discussion with Professor Feldman and Professor McKiernan about the ethics of lying and the recent New Yorker article, "The Comforting Fictions of Dementia Care." All are welcome.
Dog House General Meeting
General meeting for all members of the Dickinson College Dog House.