Students touch physical history in Dickinson’s Archives & Special Collections.
The departments of art, creative writing, music and theatre & dance present an exciting lineup of spring events.
Martha Church ’74 is the director of the West Hartford Public Library, a career that puts her right where she wants to be.
The South Africa Race and Education Mosaic bridges two educational systems worlds apart.
Renowned author and sociologist Patricia Hill Collins will discuss intersectionality, black youth and political activism when she presents the Morgan Lecture Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m. in ATS.
With one of her novels turned into a major motion picture, Jennifer Howard '94, teacher by day, might be living every English major's dream.
English major and Posse Scholar Janel Pineda ’18 discusses her love of reading and storytelling, the need for greater diversity in literature and the poet with whom she’d like to break bread.
Can you track “Bieber fever” like you’d track a communicable disease? A new paper investigates the mathematical underpinnings of works in the humanities and the arts.
Meet English major John Kneisley '16, an award-winning poet who's presented research on critical-reading instruction at an international conference.
New faculty book explores the American comic book through the lens of Hollywood.
From Ian McEwan's return as this year's Commencement speaker to the launch of Kseniya Thomas '01's 'Ladies of Letterpress,' the impact of the Stellfox Prize reverberates across campus and beyond.
Student-faculty research produces Web portal on urbanatural interrelationships.
Dickinson Review’s new issue features fresh voices and a unifying visual theme.
Songwriter and DJ Kerin Maguire '17 is an English major with an ear for beat poetry, the piano and the legendary Man in Black.
Dickinson's spoken-word group takes flight with fully staged performance, sending off its student-founders in grand style.
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