Mother Nature Network names Dickinson to list of '17 amazing green college campuses.'
Ruffalo, an award-winning advocate for addressing climate change and increasing renewable energy, will receive the prize at Commencement 2015.
With the student-designed bike blender, you can pedal your way to smoothie bliss.
Whether at the College Farm, Pine Grove Furnace, the New England mountains, or just around campus, Sam Kilburn '18 is happiest in the great outdoors.
Joojo Ocran '17, an IB&M major and French minor, discusses his proudest moments at Dickinson and his dream job melding entrepreneurism, food and social sustainability.
The 2014-15 Baird Sustainability Fellows represent myriad perspectives and multidisciplinary approaches.
Eight Dickinson professors, supported by a grant from the Luce Initiative, launch the Valley & Ridge Goes to China program. View a Web-exclusive photo gallery.
For Sylvia Smith ’73, architecture isn’t just a career. It’s a call to beauty and to better ways of living.
Students discuss climate change with White House and U.N. officials in Washington, D.C.
The League of American Bicyclists designates the college as bicycle friendly.
The Solar Outdoor Laboratory keeps Britton Plaza plugged in.
New Mosaic takes on climate change, from Carlisle to Lima.
Dickinson is hosting workshops that focus on increasing energy efficiency.
Rose-Walters Prize-winner James Balog's residency was highlighted by a multimedia live-streamed public discussion of the effects of climate change.
The Carlisle Theatre screening of 'Chasing Ice' earned two thumbs up from the Dickinson community.
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