Abolitionist and author Moncure Conway, class of 1849, inspires an international quest.
Although the value of a philosophy major is clear for those who study the discipline, for many others it seems puzzling.
Latino students at Dickinson navigate new communities, find sources of empowerment.
Interim President Neil B. Weissman looks to the year ahead while celebrating current successes.
When Strong Towns launched a national competition, Carlisle and Dickinson leaders thought, why not us?
Meet Kirk Swenson, Dickinson’s new vice president for college advancement.
Discover what our renowned faculty and dedicated staff have been up to, including publications, grants, awards and promotions.
Baccalaureate has come a long way from its early days as a religious ceremony.
Joe and Anna Wagman have more in common than just being father and daughter; the two also happen to be 2016 classmates.
The founder of Project SHARE, Livas received an honorary doctor of public service degree in May. Find out what drives one of the college’s most influential Dickinsonians.
A farewell concert for music instructors Mary and Barry Hannigan celebrates the legacy of renowned musicians Harry and Ruth Donahue ’40.
Still searching for that perfect summer read? Check out the latest publications by Dickinson alumni.
Aphnie Germain ’17 takes flight on the track but finds her grounding in research and with friends.
Michael Donnelly ’02 reflects on completing his first year as Alumni Council president.
Like many of his peers, Siraj Hashmi ’09 finds the millennial generation both inspiring and exasperating—and he offers advice on how to reconcile that ambivalence.
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