Make Your Path
Event to introduce students to Paths within EngageD.
Table sitting for Apollo Night
All proceeds benefit the Literacy Fund and Safe Harbour!
Hebrew Language Table
Join us for conversation in a fun, low-stress atmosphere to practice your Hebrew with faculty and native speakers.
This Concert features students in Dickinson's performance studies and chamber music programs.
Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) Intercultural Workshop III: Navigating Identity and Relationships Across Cultures
Part of the mandatory 3-part pre-departure intercultural workshop series
Teach for America HUB Table
Teach for America HUB Info Table - Every Tuesday & Thursday
Faculty Research Lunch: Say Burgin - Black Power and the myth of white ejection
In this presentation, Professor Burgin will discuss the myth of white ejection in the Black Power movement.
Pound Fitness with Jami
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.
Career Chat: Expanding Your Healthcare Career Options? Learn about Speech-Language Pathology
Virtually via Skype.
Trout Ambassador Meeting
Find out how it works and meet the staff.
APO Week Day 4
A week raising awareness about Alpha Phi Omega Service fraternity and the service partners we work with!
Help Project SHARE with their mission of providing healthy and nutritious food to families enduring food insecurity.
Men's Basketball: Dickinson v. Immaculata
Cheer on your Red Devils!
Cricut Precision Cutting Workshop
Learn to create your own t-shirts, Christmas cards, personalized gifts and much more at the Cricut workshop. Cricut is precision cutting machine that works on paper, material and heat transfer vinyl.
Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Society Induction Ceremony and Talk
Join the Department of Physics and Astronomy as we induct our newest members in to the Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Society. The keynote speaker will be Dickinson alumnus Giles Howlett '08.
Coffee Chat about what human rights means to you with Professor David Strand.
Navigating Identity as Students of Color Abroad: Strategies and Insights for a Successful Study Abroad Experience
This is an optional workshop for students planning to study abroad.
Dickinson in South America Info Session
All students interested in learning about the Dickinson in South America program are invited to attend this information session.
Asbell Cooking Club
Farm Fresh Food!
PALS Pleasurable Sex Program
Featuring Romance Enhancement Specialist Linda MacDonald.
Living Faith and Spirituality on a Secular Campus.
How does a secular college campus such as Dickinson affect the way that you practice your spiritual and/or religious beliefs?
Spinning with Killian
Body Blast with Cheri
Fall Faculty Dinner
Join the Arts Collective and faculty members from the Department of Art & Art History for homemade food and refreshments!
Trendsetters' General Meeting
Come learn about the experiences of first generation students while advocating to make college a comfortable and safe space for them.
DTones Rehearsal Fall 2018 -THURSDAYS
Fall rehearsal schedule for Thursdays 6:30-8 p.m.
Volver (2006), Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Department of Spanish and Portuguese Film Series, Fall 2018
Love, Loss and the Fight for Trans Equality - Postponed Due to Weather
Sarah McBride, activist and national press secretary for the Human Rights Campaign, will talk about her moving memoir, "Tomorrow Will Be Different."
Chess Club Meeting
Dog House General Meeting
General meeting for all members of the Dickinson College Dog House.