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Today, Friday, August 29, marks the beginning of International
Student Orientation (ISO) and Arch Orientation.
International students from 26 countries around the world
arrived on campus yesterday afternoon to meet their student leaders, move in to
their dorms, have dinner and unwind. Over the next few days, international
students will have the opportunity to learn more about Dean and the Franklin
community by visiting a local bank, setting up telephone and internet services,
shopping for necessities and enjoying evening activities with their new
classmates. In general, ISO offers an opportunity for international students to
become acquainted with Dean and the surrounding areas.
Additionally, students from the Arch program also arrive on
campus today and begin their orientation! Arch
Orientation allows those participating in the Arch program to become better
acquainted with others in the program and to learn more about the program
itself. Over the next few days, students will sit through sessions such as Linking
Your Academic and Campus Life, The Journey from High School to College and
Writing Your Success Plan. Students will also participate in fun off-campus
adventures and team-building exercises.
Welcome to Dean – we are excited to have you here!
The residence halls will close at 6:30pm on Friday, March 6th for Spring Break.
Prior to leaving students must do the following:
Residents who live further than 500 miles away, and need to
stay late due to travel arrangements must go to Chapman House by Wednesday,
March 4th to finalize arrangements. Charges will apply.
Any questions please contact the Office of Residence Life at
email@example.com or 508-541-1838.
Students are also encourage to stop by Chapman House or
speak with their RD if they have any questions.
Dean Wins Region XXI Championship
Dean College (22-2) men’s basketball team captured its second consecutive
Region XXI Championship title with an 88-66 win over the Community College of Rhode Island
this past Sunday, March 1, 2015 before a packed house at Pieri Gymnsium. The win extended
Dean’s school record of sixteen consecutive victories.
By winning the Region XXI Championship title, the Bulldogs
will now travel to Batavia, New York to take on the Region III Champion,
Genesee Community College. Genesee
(22-8) advanced to the District Championship game with a 75-74 win over Monroe
Community College. Monroe had entered
the game as the third-ranked team in the latest NJCAA poll.
The winner of Saturday’s game at Genesee
will advance to the NJCAA Division II National Championship, held at Danville
Area Community College in Danville, Illinois, March 17-21.
Visit the 2015 Championship page for more updates!
Dean Women's Basketball Qualifies for District Tournament
On Saturday February 28, 2015 at Dean's Pieri Gymnasium, the Dean College Women’s Basketball team captured its second consecutive Region XXI Championship title with a 65-58
win over Orange County Community College.
The Bulldogs (16-6) now travel to the County College of Morris March 7-8 to participate in the District Tournament. The two finalists in the District Tournament
qualify to compete in the NJCAA Division II National Championship, held on
March 17-21 at Johnson County Community College.
In the first round of the District Tournament, Dean will be
matched up with the number one seed, Union County Community College (25-4), who
defeated Lackawanna College this past Saturday in their Region final. Lackawanna
(22-4) will face Monroe College (24-1) in the second semifinal on
Visit the 2015 Championship page for more updates!
The Dean College men's basketball team, fresh off a 72-63 win over
Massasoit Community College Thursday night, have earned the right to host the
Region XXI Division II championship game.
On Sunday, March 1st
at 3:00pm, the Bulldogs (20-2), will face their regional rival, the Community
College of Rhode Island (14-13), at Dean's home site, Pieri Gymnasium. The winner will advance to the Northeast
District title game, held in upstate New York.
With the win on Thursday, Dean
established a new school record for consecutive victories at fifteen and their
current streak moved them up to 16th in the latest NJCAA national poll. Dean's last loss came on November 20th at the
Community College of Rhode Island. The
two teams split their two games this season, with CCRI winning their November
contest, 88-79, and the Bulldogs won the second semester game at home, 77-63.
Sunday's game will be part of a
basketball doubleheader at the college, as they are also hosting the Women's
Division II Regional tournament title game on Sunday at 1:00pm.
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The School of the Arts
at Dean College will perform Lysistrata beginning
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 through Sunday, March 1, 2015.
Lysistrata tells a story about how the women of Greece attempt to force an
end to an unwinnable war through the withholding of their feminine charms from
their warlike husbands and lovers. The women are ultimately successful in
ending the war at the climax of this hilarious and thought-provoking classic.
You won’t want to miss our students perform this stunning tale!
The Dean College
production of Lysistrata will take
place in the Campus Main Stage at Dean College Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30
p.m. with matinee performances at 2:00 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $5/$10/$20 and can be purchased
online. WARNING: This play contains
language and situations to which some audience members may object and is not
considered suitable for younger audiences. To purchase tickets and for more
information, visit www.dean.edu/lysistrata.
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