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Amity Fox offers internship advice, the Multicultural Seder brings people together to think about faith, four students receive the Fulbright Fellowship, and Mock Trial makes history as they head to compete in the Opening Round of Championships om...

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Holocaust survivor and former Chair of the Russian Department Helen Segall returns to share her past, a local lawyer connects the campus and Carlisle, the weekly Farmers on the Square Market is a success, the first annual Run for Hope is a...

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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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Dickinson will be sending 176 students abroad next fall semester, the Relay for Life raises money and awareness for those fighting cancer, assistant professor of History Doctor Crystal Moten receives a place on the list of "40 Under 40 Professors...

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Men's Club Lacrosse Team experiences an undefeated season, Austrian writer Thomas Glavinic shares his stories, MOB hosts Springfest on Morgan field and explorer Paul Mayewski discusses his adventures. 

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The College Choir collaborates for Hershey performance, students embrace empowerment, a new club joins Dickinson to promote random acts of kindness. 

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Four Fulbright Scholars find success, retired director of athletics and chair of physical education Leslie Poolman is fondly remembered, Professor Thomas Reed reflects on his Dickinson career, and Dickinson hosts its first "Day of Giving." 

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Dining services adapt for the new class, Student Senate enacts bylaws, alumnus return to campus to gain support for LGBTQ Bill, and Pre-Orientation sees 50% growth in the second year. 

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The Idea Fund launches a public art project, Facilities Management permits more seniors to live off campus to make room for incoming freshmen, a racist photo draws anger and apology, and students complain about the lack of red Adirondack chairs...

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The Dickinson community remembers Jigme Nidup '19, Asbell Center recognizes J-Street U, the Dickinson College Farm hosts the first GATHER dinner, and Hoodie Allen is set to headline the Fall Concert. 

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The Dialogue to Action event draws over 200 attendees, the Strategetic Planning Committee sets fall meeting schedule, Dickinsonians make a Philidelphia pilgrimage to greet Pope Francis, and Family Weekend sets a new crowd record. 

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Mark Ruffalo gives a keynote lecture as the recipient of the Sam Rose '58 and Julie Walters Prize for Global Environmental Activism, WDCV hosts the first vinyl pop-up shop, students research aquatics with Ruffalo's non-profit organization Water...

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College struggles to find replacement Advancement VP after Marsha Ray resigns, the community rallies to aid crossing guard Rob Stone after he collapsed, Dr. Steven Strogatz accepts the Priestly Award, and a record crowd shows to support Out on...

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Student gets bacon egg and cheese after 2-year wait, Yik Yak ban causes a surge in graffiti on campus, a study discovers Dickinson students lose 100 work hours per week complaining. 

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The Clarke Forum tackles Syrian Civil War, MOB offers a meet and greet with Hoodie Allen, Rob Stone returns to work, Trans Advocacy Committee prepares proposals.

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A new residence hall scheduled to complete for the Fall 2018 semester takes priority over HUB renovation, Dickinson waits to join the National Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Sucess, Senate and PEAC invite questions about the most recent...

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DPS investigates a spike in Library thefts, the Wellness Center sees a 23% increase in visits, rapper Hoodie Allen headlines the Fall Concert, the Dickinsonian interviews the so-called "squirrel tamer" Dalton Maltz, and the student-run...

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Posters shed light on discrimination, Dickinson mourns world tragedies, Edwidge Danticat is selected as the Stellfox winner, and both internal and external boards review greek life. 

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First-years react to recent activism, the Strategetic Planning Committee discusses Dickinson's values at an open meeting, the Bias Education and Response Team has increased their accessibility and visibility, and international students reflect on...

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College struggles to hire minority faculty, semester concludes with a third Dialogue to Action event, the Center for Global Study and Engagement has added partner sites in India and New Zealand, DPS and CPD increase patrols and surveillance, and...

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The 2016 Iowa Caucus watch party draws a large crowd, student activists present the administration with proposals to improve the student experience, the Board of Trustees met with more than 100 students during the annual on-campus meeting, and...

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Printing prices reduced but quota remains the same, Black, Latina women reported the lowest campus comfort, a dysfunctional elevator in East College sparks assessment, 6,129 students apply for the class of 2020, and sorority recruitment rates...

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Roseman outlines the Fiscal Year 2016 goals for faculty, Professor Susan Perabo launches her new book at the Whistlestop Bookshop, Dickinson introduces a new Outdoor Recreation and Education Room allowing students to rent equipment for only $10 a...

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Nine Dickinson professors have signed a petition for professors at Mount St. Mary's University following their dismissal, the college sees a rise in double majors, the Senior Fund goal is set to 60%,  and Student Senate considers a petition to...

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Echosmith is set to headline the MOB Spring Concert, DPS considers a fixed-route safety shuttle, Governor Tom Wolf is set to speak at Commencement,  exclusive club counter-measure fails in Student Senate. 

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