Events for February 28, 2019
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.
Join us for lunch and a good conversation about contraceptive access, developing healthy sexual relationships and more!
A group fitness class for those interested in getting some exercise!
Homework and cHillel!
Enjoy some hot chocolate, tea, pizza bagels and more!
Paywall: The Business of Scholarship - Free Viewing
Why are some articles available free online, while others aren't?
Pound Fitness Class
Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) Intercultural Workshop II: Living and Learning Across Cultures
Part of the mandatory 3-part pre-departure intercultural workshop series.
Study Abroad Scholarship and Budget Workshop
This workshop is for students preparing to study abroad, next semester or in the next few years.
Advanced Resume and Cover Letter Group Session
Work on your resume.
Orchestral Strings Masterclass
Concertmaster of the Dickinson Orchestra, Emmanuel Borowsky, will present a lecture/masterclass for strings.
Using LinkedIn and Alumni Fire
Come in for assistance using LinkedIn and Alumni Fire.
Sociology Meet and Greet: Sociology, more than you think it is
A casual event open to all to learn more about sociology and meet the department.
Did You Really Just Say That?
Have you ever felt paralyzed or frustrated when someone has said or done something that felt culturally insensitive?
Panhellenic Council Meeting
Weekly Panhellenic Meeting
Special Interest Housing Fair
The Special Interest House Fair is an opportunity for students to become acquainted with Special Interest Houses that are approved to be on campus for the 2019-2020 academic year.
National Center for Civil and Human Rights Tour
Join President Ensign and fellow Dickinsonians for a private reception and tour of the newest exhibit at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Breaking Barriers: Sports for Change.
No Hate in Our State
PA Human Relations Commission and Hope Station lead a vital conversation about race in our communities.
Unveiling America: Addressing Issues of Contemporary Homelessness
A panel of community leaders will discuss their efforts to find sustainable solutions to homelessness in this region.
Chess Club Meeting
People gather and play chess together.
On Beethoven, Blackness and Belonging
Presented by historian Kira Thurman, University of Michigan.
I Am Not Your Negro
Raoul Peck’s brilliant documentary on racism in America draws a clear line from the Civil Rights struggle to today’s Black Lives Matter movement via the fierce mind of James Baldwin.
Dog House General Meeting
The weekly general meeting for the Dickinson College Dog House.