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Dickinsonians discussed the hot debate of gun control in the U.S..  Big Brothers and Big Sisters reopened in Carlisle. The Dog House gained a new student. 

Delta Nu philanthropic event "Mr. Dickinson" changed its name to "Best of Dickinson." Lecturers discussed the hot debate of Gay Marriage Rights in the U. S.. Dickinson established an LBGTQ Safe Zone training program. Dickinson remembered the...

Renowned enviornmentalist Bill McKibben visited campus. Relay for Life raised 55 thousand dollars.  A plaque at Allison United Methodist Church was dedicated to MLK. Dickinson established a new comedy club, "Seriously Joking."

Dickinson reacted to the Boston Boming. Students used "Take Back the Night" to protest against rape and violence. Dining Services experienced a negative reaction to technological changes.

Kappa Alpha Theta established a new philanthropy event, "Cuisine for CASA." Politicians spoke about gun control at Dickinson. The Housing Selection process was reviewed and revisited. Men's Lacrosse finished with a perfect regular season.

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