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College officials respond to demand for Wellness Center staff, Dickinson joins state-wide campaign to prevent sexual assault, professors Philip Grier and Daniel Cozort cover professor Crispin Sartwell's classes following his involuntary leave,...

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Founder of The Onion Scott Dikkers shares career advice with students, Center for Global Studies and Engagement director Michael Monahan resigns, construction plans bring a price cut to students living in Malcolm Hall due to noise, Dining...

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Bill Durden was resurrected, President Roseman kidnapped several months ago, students mob Academic Quad for a glimpse of the elusive celebrity commencement speaker Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, and spring break service trips to the Quads are...

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Students are staying local for primary voting, students petition for Syrian Scholarships, Dickinson's annual Energy Challenge aims to cut the kilowatts, and words take center stage at the Annual Posse Plus Retreat. 

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Provost Neil Weissman reassigns provost duties in order to serve as the interim president of the college, the community reacts with mixed emotions to Nancy Roseman's announcement of resignation, the Office of Admissions must explain the...

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Trustees prepare for a year-long search for a new president, the community remembers Jigme Nidup '19, the American Association of University Professors examines Sartwell's case and calls upon Dickinson to rescind the notice of termination, the...

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The Center for Sustainability Education introduces an apiary consisting of two hives, the Why We Wear Black movement reflects on the year, the spring concert Echosmith draws a modest crowd, and Dickinson welcomes the new Vice President for...

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