The discussion, which marks the annual Wesley Lecture, will focus on the intersection of race and the Muslim identity in the U.S.
This week's events include chances to learn about and celebrate different religious, secular and spiritual beliefs and discover ways to build a more inclusive community.
The Dickinson Thrives program helps students (re)adjust to life on a fully populated campus while building a strong sense of meaning and community.
The new Dickinson Copes series brings students, faculty and staff together online to reflect on and share COVID-19 experiences.
Love Your Body Week kicks off Monday, Feb. 8, with virtual events offering a variety of ways for the community to celebrate mental health, body positivity and spirituality.
Grace Eva Katz Wolf ’55 and her husband, Abe wolf, pass on their passion for adventure and global study to future Dickinsonians through philanthropy.
Rabbi, teacher and novelist Phil Cohen ’73, former sociology major, shares his faith and talent for writing in a new Jewish science fiction detective novel.
The first full-time director of the Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life discusses her background, her transition to Dickinson and her vision for the future of Jewish programming.
Louis Reens '54 faced profound challenges as a child survivor of WWII. His resilience and intellectual curiosity allowed him to not just survive but thrive. He recently shared his story.
In this podcast, we meet Rabbi Marley Weiner, the first full-time director of Dickinson's Asbell Center for Jewish Life, and we visit the Revolutionary Challenge Ideation Workshop.
How is kosher food prepared, and how can I try it at Dickinson? Is poke kosher? Rabbi Marley Weiner will answer all your burning questions about kashrut (including what kashrut is!).
Rabbi Marley Weiner comes to Dickinson as the Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life's first full-time director since the center's 2003 inception.
Former religion major Lauren Tuchman ’08 uses the skills garnered from her Dickinson education to provide spiritual and pastoral care as a noncongregational rabbi in Washington, D.C.
David Tuck will share his personal story of Holocaust survival during a lunch and learn discussion at Dickinson.
Eboo Patel, founder and president of the Interfaith Youth Core, will speak on the growth and influence of religious pluralism in America.
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