Dickinson's innovative, multilingual writing program earns the highest award from the discipline's most prestigious body.
The foreign-language departments kicked off their writer-in-residence series with a young German writer whose comical observations open a window to art and youth culture in Berlin.
Whether digging deep into governmental policy or decoding a literary nightmare, class of ’20 members hit the ground running. Discover what the winners of the First-Year Seminar Writing Awards learned.
John Patrick Shanley, the award-winning writer behind 'Doubt' and 'Moonstruck,' delivers inspiration and advice on everything from trust and authenticity to ‘Goodnight Moon.’
Dickinson’s new Quantitative Reasoning Center and redesigned Writing Center help students master the skills they need in an information-saturated age.
Cooper Wingert ’20, already an award-winning author of 10 history books, takes local angle on Civil War history.
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.
Professor of English and Writer-in-Residence Susan Perabo has journeyed from being the NCAA's first female baseball player to becoming a celebrated author.
From grade inflation to feminist challenges on campus, First Year Seminar writing-award winners dive deep into higher-ed culture.
Meet English major John Kneisley '16, an award-winning poet who's presented research on critical-reading instruction at an international conference.
A Cameroonian who came to Dickinson through a community-college partnership, Madonna Enwe '16 has a bright future in neuroscience and creative writing. Discover her work, worldview and wisdom.
Dickinson Review’s new issue features fresh voices and a unifying visual theme.
Dickinson's spoken-word group takes flight with fully staged performance, sending off its student-founders in grand style.
Dickinson’s multilingual writing program is a high-level resource for students of all majors.
Meet the winners of the 2015 first-year-seminar writing contest.
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