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Sophomore Year Closing Dinner

RSVPs Due by March 31

Enjoy a formal dinner and reflect on the past year with your fellow sophomores on April 18. Check your campus mailbox for RSVP card.


#PeaceOutEtown Photo Contest - ends at 5 p.m. on March 31, 2015

How Do You Picture Peace - Whether you're abroad or on campus, post up to three of your pictures to Twitter or Instagram of what you picture PEACE to be with the tag #PeaceOutEtown. More Details and Rules

Phillip Gans

Erasing the hate

11 a.m. Wednesday, April 1 - Gibble Auditorium. As a Holocaust and concentration camp survivor, Philip Gans has tasted and felt what hate can do to people. Gans will share his story to the college community. The story isn’t an easy one, but Gans continues to share it.

Ware Lecture - Nicholas Kristof

Ware Lecture: A Path Appears

Monday, April 13, 7:30 p.m. - Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. Pulitzer Prize-Winner Nicholas Kristof presents an inside look into his book, A Path Appears, and the struggle of oppressed people around the globe. A book signing will follow. Purchase your books in advance at the College bookstore. Call 717-361-4757 to reserve your free, required ticket.

SCAD - Keynote

Dr. Donald B. Kraybill to speak at SCAD

Monday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. - Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. Kraybill presents "The Riddle of Amish Culture." A book signing will follow. Tickets are free of cost and may be ordered by calling the SCAD ticket hotline at (717)-361-4771. Open to the public.

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  • Easter Break: Friday, April 3, 8am – Monday, April 6, 2015, 5pm
  • The SCAD committee is already prepping for next year; help choose the 2016 keynote now.
  • Registration Advising Period begins Wednesday, March 18. All students MUST meet with their advisors PRIOR to registration
  • Registration week: Monday, April 13, 8am – Thursday, April 16, 2015, 4:30pm
  • Catch up, get ahead with our Summer Sessions:
    • May Term: May 11 to May 29
    • Summer Term: June 1 to August 21


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