Just a year after publishing an acclaimed short-story collection, writer-in-residence Susan Perabo will discuss her new, buzzed-about novel with Dickinson alumni and friends in several U.S. cities.
A cultural studies expert discusses the online phenomena of fan-run social media forums.
From fighting Dengue fever in Thailand to helping people cope with family violence in the U.S., Roger Brubaker ’03 proves that there's no limit to where a Dickinson English major can take you.
Students enjoy rare, behind-the-scenes look at Charlotte Brontë exhibit, courtesy of alumna.
Through the lens of his camera, Carl Socolow '77 always finds new ways to capture life on campus.
John Patrick Shanley, the award-winning writer behind 'Doubt' and 'Moonstruck,' delivers inspiration and advice on everything from trust and authenticity to ‘Goodnight Moon.’
Cooper Wingert ’20, already an award-winning author of 10 history books, takes local angle on Civil War history.
Brittany Barker ’15’s one-woman show in New York City celebrates identity and community.
With her eyes on a career in journalism, Katya Hrichak ’17 has gotten off to a fast start, winning a professional journalism award during a newspaper internship.
Three Dickinsonians find each other in the American embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Dickinsonians flock to study in England this fall through the University of Oxford's prestigious Mansfield College Visiting Student Programme.
Elaine Hang '19 loves social media, nerd culture and cats, and she also has a strong sense of justice. She discusses her political internship, manga and the activist who inspires her to spark change.
Alumna's breakout picture book, dubbed "clever" (New York Times) and "utterly irresistible" (Bookpage), launches promising literary career.
Internships with the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center and Phi Beta Kappa have helped Julia Dolinger ’16 make the most of her English major.
Poet-in-Residence Adrienne Su explains the heated controversy behind Calvin Trillin’s poem, “Have They Run Out of Provinces Yet?” by reimagining those "simple days of chow mein."
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