The Dickinsonian

Dickinson College Alum Hosts Clarke Forum

Lianna Brown ’22, News Editor

March 5, 2020

On Monday, March 2, Tom Brier ’14 spoke to a small audience of students, faculty and community members about his book, While Reason Slept, which explores the history of national politics, from the beginning to present-day politics....

College Hits Goal for Being Carbon Neutral in 2020

Nathaniel McCloud ’23, Associate News Editor

March 5, 2020

Dickinson College is net carbon neutral in 2020 after over a decade of work. The college first agreed to go Carbon Neutral in 2008 and created the first climate action plan in 2009. Dickinson College is joining just six colleges...

Excitment Over Super Tuesday Stirs Student Sentiments

Mia Lanphear ’23, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2020

Volunteers stood outside of the HUB on Monday morning to make registering to vote more convenient in the hope of increasing student participation. As Super Tuesday approached, posters and signs for different candidates could be...

An Interview with Roberto Saviano

Jacob DeCarli ’22, Managing Editor

March 5, 2020

Roberto Saviano is an Italian author and screenwriter. In 2006, he published his novel Gomorrah and exposed actions of the Italian mafia in Naples, Italy. The novel gained international attention and made Saviano a recognizable figure in...

Students Allege Further Misconduct by Title IX Office

Drew Kaplan ’20, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2020

New concerns have been raised about Dickinson College procedures regarding preservation of evidence in Title IX cases.  The concerns surround the provision in the agreement signed between students and Dickinson College to ...

Political Science Department Terrific Trivia Night

Samuel Glavin, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

On Thursday, Feb. 27, the Dickinson College Political Science Department held an all-college trivia night. The event was well received by students, with roughly 100 students and professors in attendance. Food and drinks were...

Study Abroad Programs Suspended After Federal Coronavirus Warnings

Drew Kaplan ’20, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2020

Academic programming at some Dickinson College study abroad locations have been suspended due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus. Affected programs include Dickinson in Bologna, as well as partner programs located in Florence...

College Retains Boycott Policy

Sarah Manderbach ’22 , Associate Opinion Editor

February 27, 2020

Dickinson College’s policy of nonparticipation in boycotts has resurfaced following the Dec. 9 Student Senate resolution considering a boycott of Sabra Hummus. The college’s policy on boycotts is as simple as the name suggests,...

Film Explores Narrative of Sex and Trauma in the 1970s

Alejandro Tonda ’23, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2020

Outlaw, directed by Alisa Lebow is a short documentary following the experiences of trans-rights activist Leslie Feinberg, and their experiences as a “Butch” in the 90’s. The documentary describes the day to day life of...

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