Dive into Dickinson's Archives & Special Collections' latest exhibition—perhaps the oddest to appear since the days of P.T. Barnum and Charles Willson Peale.
President Roseman answers the most frequently-asked questions posed by students and alumni.
While every college says it pursues diversity in its student ranks, Dickinson's relationships with community-based organizations go deeper.
A dying wish becomes reality with the upcoming publication of the late Stephanie Greco Larson's medical memoir.
Tsewang Namgyal '97 yokes capitalism with Buddhist principles for the greater good.
Editor Michelle Simmons pays homage to the delights of eclecticism.
Participants at this year's Homecoming & Family Weekend had extra reason to celebrate.
Was there ever really a horse led up the steps of Bosler Hall?
Dickinson professors and students have been teaming up to bring farming 2.0 to the forefront at the College Farm.
A one-of-a-kind field excursion for members of Dickinson's earth sciences program.
Can art influence behavior? Arts Award recipient Sue Coe's harrowing prints and drawings just might.
Faculty members Cotten Seiler, Shawn Bender and Ed Webb rock the limestone at Dickinson, but don't ask them to cover any Journey songs.
Charlie McGuire, sports information director, provides a fall-season recap for Dickinson Magazine.
Red Devil swimmer Caitlin Klockner '16 circles the competition.
Recent publications include Challenging Global Gender Violence by Susan Rose ’77, professor of sociology and director of the Community Studies Center.
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