Special Interest

Arts Collective

The Arts Collective shall be an organization whose intent is to promote, recognize, and stimulate the general interest and appreciation of art, from both the historical and creative viewpoints, on campus.

Contact: Johnathan Lodge

College Democrats

A group of young adults committed to serving their college, local community, state and nation through being active in the political process and working to elect progressive candidates.

Contact: Philip Morabito

College Republicans

The College Republicans are dedicated to helping local, state and national candidates get elected to office in every election and promoting conservative principles on campus. The CRs meet every Thursday at 7:30pm.

Contact: Krysti Oschal
Website: https://www.facebook.com/dickinsoncollegerepublicans/

Colleges Against Cancer

The mission of our club is to raise money for the American Cancer Society through small fundraisers throughout the year. We have our main event in April, where we celebrate those who have survived cancer, remember those we have lost to cancer, and fight back. The event is 12 hours long from 6pm-6am and there are ceremonies, activities, performances, and music through the night.

Contact: Casey LaTorre
Contact: Gillian Maguire
Website: relayforlife.org

Dog House

Our aim is to raise service puppies and or dogs to assist those with social/emotional and physical disabilities or serious medical conditions. This service brings awareness to the challenges faced by those who are affected by these disabilities. Dog House is valuable to Dickinson because it fosters a community that provides raising, training, and socializing for service puppies on campus through a student-run organization with the option for students to live with the service dogs in a designated on-campus Special Interest House.

Contact: Margaret McGuirk
Website: https://www.facebook.com/dickinsondoghouse

Feminist Collective

The Feminist Collective strives to integrate the study and practice of an inclusive feminism, one which recognizes the intersectionality of race, class, gender and sexuality. The Collective intends to progressively educate the campus community by challenging the patriarchal prescriptions of our society.

Gaming Club

The Gaming Club is an organization with the intention of holding regular meetings where people with similar interests in playing games of all kinds (tabletop, computer, console, card, board) can gather and socialize. We also offer an alternative to partying or drinking on the weekends.

Contact: Theodor Borchert-Isaacs

J Street U

To advocate for a two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and educate the student body about the conflict.

Contact: Emily Katz
Contact: Shayna Solomon
Contact: Maretta Sonn
Website: jstreetu.org

Peers Assisting Learning About Sex (PALS)

To educate the Dickinson community about safe sex, contraception, and sexual health.

Contact: Gabrielle Frenkel

Photography Club

The Photography Club provides a space for people to learn about photographic techniques, to share their photographs and receive constructive criticism, and to develop and expand their love for photography.

Contact: Nicole Price
Website: www.facebook.com/dsonphotoclub?fref=ts

Students for Sensible Drug Policy

Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society. SSDP mobilizes and empowers young people to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future, while fighting back against counterproductive Drug War policies, particularly those that directly harm students and youth.

Contact: Caleb Turner Gutwillig
Website: www.ssdp.org

Students for Social Action

To educate the college community about important social issues and provide opportunities for those who wish to enact change.

Contact: Keziah Groth-Tuft
Website: http://users.dickinson.edu/~ssa/whatisssa.html

Sustained Dialogue

The mission of the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network, an initiative of the Sustained Dialogue Institute, is to develop everyday leaders who engage differences as strengths to improve campuses, workplaces, and communities. Vision: SD envisions a world and campus in which all people have the tools to create the communities they dream of so people of all identities can thrive.

Contact: Sara Johnson