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Yes P.L.E.A.S.E. (Peers Listening, Educating, and Supporting Everyone) hosts sexual misconduct policy talk. 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Egan gives lecture of campus. Performing group Al-Bustan teaches Dickinson students about Middle...

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Students join local Coalition of Immokalee Workers protest. Kappa Sig holds annual Parkinson's Walk. Kappa Alpha Theta holds KAT-walk for CASA. WDCV hosts benefit concert. Dickinson sends two students to Oxford for new study-abroad program.

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Dickinson remembers the Holocaust. Dada Life concert held at ATS. Scroll & Key and Wheel & Chain induct new members.

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Trustees approve $46 Million renovations. Campus honors retiring President Durden. Students bike to College Farm for Potluck.

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Julie King '12 and Allyson Murawski '12 selected as Fulbright Scholars. Commencement held on May 20th.

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Popular student eatery, Deli C, is forced to close for after being caught selling synthetic marijuana by the DA. Brian Patchcoski is named Dickinson's first LBGTQ Services Director. David London, class of 2012, is named head coach of men's and...

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Fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) is banned from campus permanently for accusations of violent hazing. College Religious Adviser Mira Hewlett steps down as the Director of Religious Life.

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The Stellfox award is presented to famous playwright David Henry Hwang, who discuses cultural identity in a speech in ATS. President Durden embarks on his “Bow Tie Tour” in an effort to reach out to alumni and parents around the world.

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Dickinson College purchases its first 3D printer. President Durden celebrates his final homecoming.

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The school announced that the Depot will be demolished for later reconstruction of the Kline expansion. The Office of Community Service implements DreamCatchers program to assist student in Carlisle who are learning English as a second language...

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Portuguese and Brazilian Studies Minor becomes available to students. Dickinson hosts a debate. Farm launches Greywater system.

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Global writers share their works at Semana Poetica event. Tickets to Fall MOB concert (Childish Gambino) sell out in just 8 days.

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The Trickinsonian, a spoof issue, tackles various aspects of college life in a satirical manner.

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Dr. Nancy A. Roseman is named the College’s 28th president. Dickinson is forced to cancel classes due to Hurricane Sandy. Sigma Alpha Epsilon attempts to revive its presence on campus with the Keg Stand Initiative. Men's and Women's...

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President-elect Dr. Nancy A Roseman gives an interview which is reported in full. The student body debates the outcomes of Greek Life on campus. Students share their Hurricane Sandy stories. More Dickinsonians are enrolling in study abroad...

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A dance marathon is held by the junior class to raise money for President-elect Nancy Roseman. Dickinson celebrates transgender awareness month.

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Gambino Packs ATS for fall concert. Dickinson remembers the Stonewall Riots with a candlelight vigil. Students experience a night without a home. Women's Basketball Coach Dina Henry celebrates her 200th win with a perfect season.

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The last dance at the Depot is held. Students rally to protect the job of Environmental Economics Professor Sebastian Berger as he is reviewed for tenure.

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Dickinson acquires Allison United Methodist Church for $1.7 million. Dickinson comes up with ways to reduce water bottles on campus with new technologies and policies. The health center prepares for flu season. Students celebrate Inauguration Day...

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Massey's is now open year-round, members of Kappa Alpha Theta travel to Swarthmore College to help re-establish a chapter there, the Relay for Life organization is participating in a competition called February Frenzy, a new training center...

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Massey's Frozen Custard stays open year-round. Construction begins on new training facility. Kappa Alpa Theta Sisters help rebuild chapter at Swarthmore. 2013 Relay for Life kicks off. Comedian Alexandra McHale preforms in the SNAR. 

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Deli Creations plans to reopen under new management. LBGTQ mentorship program announced. Students protest Keystone Pipeline. The Dance Theater Group shows their support for rape victims. ROTC holds a blood drive. Dickinson's Quidditch team gains...

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President Durden sets up office hours. Dickinson donates $75,000 to Carlisle Theater. Dickinson Hosts the Gay-Straight-Alliance Summit of Pennsylvania. Amy's Thai becomes White Elephant.  

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MOB announces Spring performers Andy Grammer and Parachute. Subway opens on High Street. Dickinson's Students Promoting an Active Network of Kinky Knowledge (SPANKK) club is started. The English department spends a night with its students a the...

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The student body gets excited about upcoming greenhouse in Kaufman renovations. MOB adds a Dickinson-alumni group to the spring concert lineup. Chemistry club reaches out to local Boy scouts group. 

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