Rubendall Recital Hall

Looking Glass Theater article

Allison Lowry writes for the November 9, 1995 edition of The Dickinsonian
on the Looking Glass Theater's performance of skits about sexual
assault for the Women's Center's Sexual Assault Awareness Week.

Date: November 9, 1995
Self, Family, World Events Schedule

Dickinson hosted a week of events surrounding National Coming Out Day in
1996 entitled "Self, Family, World: Continuing the Struggle for
Acceptance."  The events included a debate over gay marriage, a showing
of the movie Go Fish, a discussion led by the Mechancisburg
Chapter of P-FLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays), a lecture

Date: October 6-12, 1996
Hamlet stresses role of black feminist thought

This Dickinsonian article discusses the visit and lecture given by Dr Janice Hamlet, Director of Ethnic Studies at Shippensburg University, as part of the College's celebration of Women's History Week. Her speech "centered on the role of black feminist thought in modern society." Hamlet was introduced by Dickinson Senior Liz Torpey who said "We need more of an African-American dimension in our curriculum."

Date: March 9, 1995