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Student Petitions for Improved Dining Options

Stephanie Czmar ’19, Managing Editor 

March 21, 2019

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A Dickinson student has started a petition for students who are dissatisfied with food options demanding “more communication between dining services and students,” as well as an “alternative, environmentally friendly catering...

Dickinsonians Gather for Christchurch Vigil

Rebecca Agababian ’21, News Editor

March 21, 2019

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The Center for Service, Spirituality, and Social Justice (CS3) and MECA (Muslim Educational and Cultural Association) held an interfaith prayer service and candlelight vigil on the steps of Old West in honor of the lives taken...

Mather’s Theatre Hosts Oh What a Lovely War

Lauren Toneatto ’21, Social Media Editor

March 7, 2019

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Given the musical’s immersive environment, hard-to-follow plot and 2-hour and 15-minute run time, Oh What a Lovely War received mixed reviews, with three-quarters of the audience not staying for the talk-back and Q&A follow...

Policy Management Major Ending at End of Semester

Claire Jeantheau ’21, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

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Recent challenges in faculty availability will lead to an elimination, at least temporarily, of the policy management major.  Since its beginning in 1982, the policy studies department at Dickinson has seen several iterations, ...

Junior Class Council Discusses Inclusivity Day

Jules Struck ’19, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2019

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Student Senators discussed plans during their meeting for a day of conversations about inclusivity, an idea that has been taken up a few times by other campus groups and reportedly soft-balled to administration.  A “gathering about what it means to be a D...

Panel Addresses Regional Homelessness

John Adeniran ’19, Contributing Writer

March 7, 2019

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Panelists spoke about their work with homelessness and housing instability at a recent Clarke Forum lecture, compelling students to think about homelessness in the Carlisle community and the wider region. “Unveiling America:...

Planning the Future of the Dining Hall

Jules Struck ’19, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2019

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Dickinson is planning a reconstruction of the dining hall in the coming years, and on Monday, March 4 they presented four options to the Dickinson community for feedback.  A new dining hall would either be an extension of the HUB building or a stand-alone building near the HUB, presented Kim Ya...

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