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Women's Center Monthly (Spring 1988)
Spring 1988

The Women's Center Monthly is produced by the Women's Center of Dickinson College. This issue defines feminism, discusses the purpose of a women's center, and includes a calendar of events.

A Change of Pace
Fall 1988

A Change of Pace is a weekly newsletter from the Public Relations Committee of the Student Senate that covers Student Senate news, sports, social events and club meetings, and announces upcoming events to the student body.

Hillel at Dickinson College (Fall 1988)
Fall 1988

The Hillel Council announces upcoming events in this flier, including the commemoration of the anniversary of Kristallnacht and the monthly Shabbat dinner.

Hillel at Dickinson College (Fall 1988)
Fall 1988

In this flier, the Hillel Council invites all students and members of the Dickinson community to four end-of-the-semester events: the council's monthly Shabbat dinner, a Chanukah celebration at Franklin and Marshall College, a Latke Party, and a...

Hillel at Dickinson College (Jan. 1989)
January 1989

The Hillel Council announces new Board members as well as upcoming events, including the Shabbat Dinner, a “How-To-Make-A-Challah” Get-Together, and a trip to New York City.

Hillel at Dickinson College (Sep. 1989)
September 1989

The Hillel Council announces upcoming events in this flier, including a pool party, Shabbat Dinner, Torah study, a Parent’s Weekend Bagel Brunch, and information on how to meet their their new advisor, Professor Norm Sharp.

Hillel Council Calendar of Events
September 1989

The Hillel Council’s calendar of events for September and October 1989.

Hillel (Oct. 1989)
October 1989

The Hillel Council announces upcoming events in this flier, including Professor Michael Walzer's lecture, an "Overnight in Hillel House" social event, Herbie’s Deli, and aa social meet-up at Franklin and Marshall. 

Hillel at Dickinson College (Nov. 1989)
November 1989

The Hillel Council announces upcoming events in this flier, including the monthly Shabbat Dinner, a Latke Party, the council's general meeting, a cookie sale, and a bagel brunch.

Dickinson College Catalog, 1994-95
1994

The Dickinson College catalog for the 1994-1995 academic year.

Stall Street Journal (Fall 1994)
Fall 1994

Stall Street Journal is a weekly newsletter that covers Student Senate news, sports, social events and club meetings, and announces upcoming events to the student body.

Stall Street Journal (Spring 1995)
Spring 1995

Stall Street Journal is a weekly newsletter that covers Student Senate news, sports, social events and club meetings, and announces upcoming events to the student body.

Stall Street Journal (Fall 1995)
Fall 1995

Stall Street Journal is a weekly newsletter that covers Student Senate news, sports, social events and club meetings, and announces upcoming events to the student body.

Stall Street Journal (Spring 1996)
Spring 1996

Stall Street Journal is a weekly newsletter that covers Student Senate news, sports, social events and club meetings, and announces upcoming events to the student body.

Women's Center Newsletter (Mar. 1996)
March 1996

A newsletter with announcements about upcoming events at the Women's Center, which include:

  • A production of "What About Black Womyn?"  a dark comedy that presents the ...
Engraving of Barry Moser
circa 1999

A signed engraving of Barry Moser's self portrait at age 59.

Location: I-Friends-2001-6

Subject: Visual and Performing Arts

Format: Engravings and Illustrations

Time Period: 1980-1999

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The Senatorial
October 15, 2001

The Senatorial newsletter covers Student Senate news, sports, social events and club meetings, and announces upcoming events to the student body.

SS Dickinson Victory Commemorative Envelope
January 13, 2005

A commemorative envelope for the S.S. Dickinson Victory, which was a "Victory" ship built in California during World War II. The ship launched on February 9, 1945.

Location: I-Friends-2005-2

Subject: Politics and Government

Format: Memorabilia and Ephemera

Time Period: 2000-2019

View Item: SS Dickinson Victory Commemorative Envelope

LGBT History Project Logo
March 28, 2013

For the very first interview of the history project, Edmund Good and Thurman Grossnickle describe their coming out stories. Thurman is a retired Scientist Administrator and has spent many years in academia and in health professions, as well as in...

LGBT History Project Logo
May 24, 2013

From the time Joe Burns came out as gay at around 27 years of age, he was involved in gay activism. He was a part of many organizations that have helped to move gay rights forward, including the Mattachine Society and Le-Hi-Ho. He donated his...

LGBT History Project Logo
July 1, 2013

Born in 1949 to a Lutheran minister and his wife, Marlene Kanuck married a man, had two children, and got a divorce after 11 years of marriage before realizing that she was a lesbian. In this interview, she discusses her coming out process and...

LGBT History Project Logo
June 3, 2013

Prior to coming out at the age of 32, Ted Martin had worked for many years for the government and public policy organizations, chiefly in the areas of communications and advocacy. Martin lived in Washington, D.C. and worked for Congress before...

LGBT History Logo
June 19, 2013

Nancy Datres was born in Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1948 and moved to Harrisburg to pursue computer science after becoming blacklisted by the Altoona Police Department when she was just 27 years old. Thereafter, Nancy moved through several careers...

LGBT History Project Logo
June 26, 2013

Bobbi Carmitchell was born in Willow Street, Pennsylvania. She spent most of her professional career as a full-time musician, but currently has added contracting work in stained glass and woodworking art. Bobbi describes her journey in the...

LGBT History Logo
July 24, 2013

Bernie Pupo was born in Kulpmont, Pennsylvania in 1945 and attended Mount Carmel Catholic High School. After working in a factory after high school, Bernie moved to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where he worked as a window decorator for Pomeroy’s...

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