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Senior Art Majors Showcase Thesis Work

Harry Cooke ’19, Staff Writer

May 7, 2017

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Four years of hard work in Dickinson’s art department came to a poignant culmination this past Friday, April 28, with the opening of the exhibition “In More Ways Than One.” Five studio art majors, Talia Amorosano ’17, ...

Dining Service Wage Disputes Prompt Poster War

Zita Petrahai ’18, Managing Editor

May 7, 2017

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A student-made poster comparing the wages of Dining Services Staff members and the Cumberland County living wage put up on Tuesday, April 25, prompted Human Resources (HR) to circulate a counter-poster correcting statistical inaccur...

Transfer Rates Anticipated to be Steady

Drew Kaplan ’20, Associate Opinion Editor

May 7, 2017

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According to the college, transfer rates at Dickinson have remained stable this year. Although statistics for this year are not yet available, previous years have shown a first-year retention rate of 90 to 92 percent, and An...

Salon Discusses Upcoming French Election

Zita Petrahai ’18, Managing Editor

May 7, 2017

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Less than a week after the first-round of elections, the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues held a salon to discuss the possible outcomes for France’s final round of elections, scheduled to take place on May 7. The salon wa...

Award-Winning Alumna Shares Novel with Students

Stephanie Czmar ’19, Staff Writer

April 27, 2017

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Award winning author Jennifer Haigh ’90 read two excerpts from her newest fiction book, Heat and Light, in the Stern Great Room on Monday, April 24 at 8 p.m. About 30 people were present for Haigh’s reading. While Heat a...

“Justice is Served” Series Continues with Discussion on Human Trafficking

Drew Kaplan ’20, Associate Opinion Editor

April 27, 2017

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A small discussion on human trafficking at Landis House pointed Carlisle out as a “key town” for trafficking due to the proximity to both I-76 and I-81, and the position between Philadelphia, New York City, Washington D.C....

WINDlympics Brings Students Together with Games and Food

An Pham ’20, Contributing Writer

April 27, 2017

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Last Sunday, April 23, approximately 20 students on campus attended the very first annual WINDlympics hosted by We Introduce Nations at Dickinson (W.I.N.D.). Running from 2 to 6 p.m., the event consisted of a variety of activities,...

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