Eryn Nelson ’19 discusses the D-III athletics experience, her research on glucosiolates (natural compounds found in vegetables), her upcoming internship and her pursuit of a pharmacology career.
Dickinson's men's lacrosse team will take on Washington and Lee University in the Sweet 16 round of the Division III Men's Lacrosse Championships Saturday at 1 p.m.
Dickinson's men's lacrosse team will host Lynchburg College on Wednesday, May 9, at Biddle Field in the second round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Tournament.
Agustin “Gus” Umanzor ’12, a former IB&M major and student-athlete, can cross hiking the 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail off his bucket list, and he thanks fellow Dickinsonians for making it possible.
The Red Devils football team has organized its sixth-annual marrow-donor registry drive.
Longtime Pittsburgh Steelers scout and Dickinson College alumnus has been at the starting line for 15 years.
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."
Track and field runner Bakary Samasa ’19 hasn’t let an injury keep him on the sidelines. Discover how he’s staying involved in athletics and connecting his sport to his studies.
Growing up on a safari ranch in Zimbabwe, Sophie Kirkman '19 became attuned to the effects of climate change. Now she's deepening her understanding of the issue at Dickinson.
Meet the 2017 honorees for Dickinson's Athletics Hall of Fame.
The 2017 McAndrews Award winners are Maddy Siebold '17 and Mason Hepner '17.
Although campus is noticeably absent of students from June to August, there is still a lot of activity as summer programs flock to Dickinson.
Brad Fordyce has been tapped to lead the Red Devil football team. Find out more about his background, his philosophy and his vision for the program.
Meet scholar-athletes, co-captains and best friends Madison Parks ’17 and Joana Nunes ’17.
Scott McQuaig named Centennial Conference Women's Golf Coach of the Year.
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