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Minister Presents Forum on Reproductive Rights, Politics and Ethics

Jillian Clarke ’19, Staff Writer

February 2

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On Monday, Jan. 30 the Clarke Forum held an event tackling the controversial topic of reproductive rights and how it is carried out in relation to religion, ethics and the law. Around 120 of Dickinson and Carlisle community members showed...

Popel Shaw Center Celebrates MLK Jr. and Black History Month

Becca Stout ’20, Staff Writer

February 2

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The Popel Shaw Center for Race and Ethnicity will be kicking off 2017’s MLK Jr. and Black History Month by hosting a panel discussion entitled R-E-S-P-E-C-T, featuring Dickinson faculty and students. The panel will be held on Fe...

Play in a Day

Stephanie Czmar ’19, Staff Writer

February 2

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The first annual Play in a Day event was organized by the Mermaid players and the Department of Theater and Dance. The event was formerly called 24 Hour Plays, but due to complications with naming rights, it was changed. The o...

Althouse To Close on Weekends

Rachael Franchini ’19, Editor-in-Chief

February 2

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Althouse, an academic building that previously had 24/7 key card access to the Dickinson community, will now close at 11 p.m. Monday through Friday and will not be accessible on the weekends as of Friday, Jan. 27. The college notified...

No New Updates on Search for 29th President

Rachael Franchini ’19, Editor-in-Chief

February 2

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The Presidential Search Committee “doesn’t really have anything [to] add” to the Jan. 4 email sent to the Dickinson community concerning the search, which is the most recent update on the process, according to Karen Faryniak ...

Returning Students Face Housing Shortage

Emily Messer ’20, Associate News Editor

February 2

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Students returning from studying abroad in the fall 2016 semester are experiencing a shortage of housing options resulting from 61 fewer students leaving for study abroad this semester. According to Kathleen DeGuzman of the Ste...

Students Network at Career Connections Conference

Bryce Haver ’20, Staff Writer

February 2

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Almost a hundred students gathered in Washington D.C. on Jan. 19 or New York City a day later to attend Dickinson College’s annual Career Connections. Alumni from diverse career fields hosted the students during the two days ...

Clarke Forum Addresses Inequality and Stagnation

Maddie Morris ’20, Contributing Writer

February 2

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The Clarke Forum welcomed economist Dr. Thomas Palley, senior economic policy adviser to the AFL-CIO to Dickinson’s campus to speak on the financial crisis of 2008 and the ensuing stagnation. Palley, who previously served as chief...

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