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Student Senate amends the Constitution, Dickinson begins digitizing the Classics, Languages, and History departments, students prepare for the 2014 Spring Break service trips, a new First-Year Interest Group system and First-Year Mentor replace...

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Dickinson discusses transparency and sexual history in misconduct policy, the Class of 2018's admissions numbers continue to rise, the campus competes to save energy, the housing lottery policies are changed amidst controversy, Capital Cities are...

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The Drinkinsonian, the annual spoof edition of the paper, offers a satirical look at college groups and individuals.

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Concert ticket sales are on track, Weiss Prize recipients hold a concert, a new cone on the block, Roseman reappoints working group. 

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The Belles Lettres society hosts a celebration of the revamped Dickinson Review, CSE Observes Earth Hour with a bonfire, community members share their failures and successes in TED-style forum, the Office of Diversity Initiatives is changing its...

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Nonprofit Inspirational Medine hosts a wine tasting, Relay for Life raised $51,500, Career Center welcomes the new report, Dickinson celebrates new sports facility, and Yik Yak causes Flak.

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Dickinson Science Magazine launches its first issue, students take back the night, DPS investigates Weiss vandalism, the new group explores LBGTQ issues. and Senate holds its first annual debate between candidates for 2014 spring elections. 

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Kappa Sigma walks for Parkinson's, Capital Area Transit joins with Dickinson to launch a new public transportation service, Dining Services changes meal plans, Dickinsonian interviews new Senate President Austin Davis'15.

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The new Kline Center is unveiled, Matthew Wenz '17 presents as part of the TED Talk video series, Earth Science majors conduct summer research in Iceland, a solar panel is added to Britton Plaza, and the Clarke Forum honors the World War I...

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Dickinson's Dining Services introduce "meal exchanges," student organization J Street U holds their first event "Vigil for Peace," the Office of Engagement and the Dickinson Fund collaborate to announce the "Devils' Advocates" program, U.S. Army...

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Students protest at the People's Climate March in New York City, the community enjoys Homecoming and Family Weekend, Alumna Amy Impellizzeri '92 debuts a new novel, the Feminist Collective organizes an event as part of a nationwide movement,...

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Dickinson's Department of Public Safety introduce Safe Ride, the college rises in national rankings, the annual Yom Kippur Service honors victims of sexual assault, and the Localtunity Program runs out of funding. 

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Dickinson prepares for flu season, Out on Britton kicks off LGBTQ Pride Month, the LGBTQ Office launches a new program called Queer Peers: the LGBTQ Mentoring Program, Trevor Aaronson presents the Clarke Forum lecture, and the service trip to...

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Athletic Director Leslie Poolman announces his retirement, resident arborist Mark Scott assists Professor Tom Arnold's plant physiology class, a new class entitled "How the Great War Made America Modern" is offered for the Spring 2015 semester,...

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Ticket sales for Fiddler Through the Roof experience great success, former NFL Pro Wade Davis discusses his experiences coming out in the athletic world with Dickinson, two Dickinson faculty members (also Carlisle residents) advocate for the "...

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

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Lorrie Moore, the Stellfox Award winner, visits Dickinson, First-Years learn to adapt, the Clarke Forum hosts a panel discussion on the social impacts of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, a 2015 Fall Mosaic titled "Assessing American and South...

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Dickinson enjoys a fall highlight -Thanksgiving dinner in the Cafeteria, Ebola concerns are dismissed by the Center for Global Study and Engagement, the Media Center opens the Makery, Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Paul K. St.-Amour...

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Actress Laverne Cox advocates for Trans-Rights during a lecture in ATS, the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity hosts a vigil commemorating the lives of victims of racial violence, the Admissions office gives insight into the college...

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The Environmental Clubs Earth-Now and Students Interested in Sustainable Agriculture combine into one, sorority recruitment switches from the fall to the spring, and four Dickinson professors hold a panel to discuss the recent terrorist attacks...

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The Wheel and Chain Society's photography project encourages female empowerment, students enjoy Dickinson's 13 weekly group fitness classes, two students have donated peripheral blood stem cells and bone marrow through Dickinson's Be the Match...

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The Infernos and the Dtones participate in the International Championship of Colligate A Capella Quarter Final at Penn State, the Relay for Life's February registration is a success,  the Grocery Program and the All College Formal are both...

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Mock Trial takes all 8 ballots at the AMTA Regionals, Dickinson joins Challah for Hunger as the 72nd chapter, Dickinson is also named a top-ten Fulbright school, and students support both the men and women's basketball teams at the Red Out game...

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Outing Club hosts a climbing competition at the Kline Center, the Kline Center hosts the Fitness Blitz, English Majors begin thesis writing, the college revisits changes to the Sexual Misconduct Policy, and the College Farm plows ahead despite...

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The spirit of the sixties comes to Trout, author Ian McEwan is set to give the Commencement speech, the Greek women at Dickinson in collaboration with the Women's and Gender Resource Center and the Prevention, Education and Advocacy Center host...

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