The Strange Career of the Jim Crow North: A Dickinson Story?
Komozi Woodard ’71, a founding member of the Congress for African Students at Dickinson College, returns to campus to discuss the study of racial segregation.
The work of pioneering New York City commercial photographer and photojournalist Lida Moser will be on display at The Trout Gallery at Dickinson.
Nomi Small '19 once learned about New Zealand through an online newspaper. Now she’s studying abroad there and keeping abreast of U.S. news as a bill informed by her research is heard.
Nationally recognized artist Ajuan Mance will present images from her online sketchbook and discuss common media portrayals of black men during a lecture at Dickinson.
Armed with just a bag of marshmallows, the talented Lizzie Becker '20 and Helen Roberts '17 can pull off some pretty sweet stunts. Their extraordinary talent recently landed them on "Ellen."
Dickinson’s Arts Collective will host a juried exhibition of student works in the Goodyear Studios second-floor project space.
Dickinson music professor James Martin performs a celebration of jazz, spirituals, ragtime, gospel and Broadway.
Dickinson hosts a conversation on queer identity and the workplace with legal and political historian Margot Canaday.
The classical studies department's 20th annual Christopher Roberts Lecture explores modernity, revolution and time.
With a record-breaking number of applications submitted, it’s clear that Dickinson's brand of useful liberal-arts education is in demand.
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