Dickinson has made the decision to move classes online for the rest of the semester. The campus is not open to visitors until further notice.
by MaryAlice Bitts-Jackson
Dickinson has more than 120 student clubs and organizations. How do you know which ones you’ll like best and what they’re really like?
That’s easy: the Activities Fair.
Held at the beginning of every semester, the Activities Fair introduces students to the wide array of opportunities to get involved—and to get to know fellow students with similar interests. Student leaders set up informational displays in the Quads (or if there’s rain in the HUB), and they answer questions on how often their clubs meet, what new members can expect and more. Those who attend can sign up to get more information or join clubs on the spot.
This semester’s Activities Fair took students into Landis House and the Dog House. Students were invited to explore the great outdoors and languages and cultures. They learned how they could play anything from Quidditch to club and varsity sports to video games. They met fellow students interested in current events, singing and performing, writing, volunteering, leadership programs and more.
Published September 13, 2018