The Dickinsonian

Campus Competes to Save Energy

Duanli Zhu ’17, Contributing Writer

March 26, 2014

The Center for sustainability education (CSE) is encouraging all Dickinson students, faculty and staff to take part in the 2014 Energy Challenge, titled “Student EmPOWERment,” to help reduce Dickinson’s energy consumption. The challenge, which began on March 1...

Letter from the Editor: The Housing Bubble

Matthew Korb '14, Editor in Chief

April 11, 2013

The housing selection process at Dickinson (And, if my suspicions are anything to go by, at most other places of higher learning) has its share of complainers. There are not enough good houses, there are too many ways to cheat...

Spring Has Sprung

Jessy Cooper ‘13, Columnist

April 11, 2013

Let the parade of shorts, sundresses and pastels commence. We have hit the 70-degree mark people. It is time to celebrate. It is time to come out of winter’s hibernation mode. But who am I kidding? It would appear the entire...

The Russian (Art) Connection

Kathryn Davison '16, Staff Writer

April 11, 2013

Would you sell your soul for art? World-renowned artist Vitaly Komar, famous for starting his performance art business to allegedly buy people’s souls, brought the experience and struggles of creating political art in Russia during the 1970s to Dickinson on T...

Sorority Seeks Best of Dickinson

Enrica Nicoli Aldini, Staff Writer

April 11, 2013

After two years off the stage, Delta Nu’s popular event Mr. Dickinson is making a comeback with a different name and a brand-new gender-inclusive format. The newly named “The Best of Dickinson” is a philanthropy event involving several clubs, sport teams and Greek org...

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