Learn how students and the new director of community service & religious life are building opportunities for interfaith dialogue.
When Amy Shelley Impellizzeri ’92 came to Dickinson in 1988, she was on a straight-line path to becoming a lawyer. Well, sort of.
President Roseman considers how image and perception evolve with the life of the college.
Discover the directions Dickinson’s cycling culture is taking as passion, popularity and possibilities increase.
Stephanie Balmer, vice president for enrollment, marketing and communications and dean of admissions, looks back and moves forward.
Nsenga Jenkins ’07 embraces diversions along her path from Posse Scholar to high-profile legal career.
What was The Quarry before it was The Quarry?
The opening of the Durden Athletic Training Center hails a new future for Dickinson athletics.
Sports Information Director Charlie McGuire highlights a championship season for men’s basketball as well as both men’s and women’s swimming and indoor track and field teams.
Brian Cannon ’14 makes the most of Dickinson connections.
Associate Professor of Religion Daniel Cozort celebrates his online journal’s 20th anniversary and Dickinson earns high marks from the Peace Corps again.
With one week left to register for Matthew Pinsker’s online summer graduate course Understanding Lincoln, take a look back at how last year’s course brought a liberal-arts approach to online learning.
Alejandro Heredia ’16 had planned to perform in this year’s Diversity Monologue Contest; what he hadn’t planned for were the conversations he engendered.
Read tributes by friends and colleagues to Kim Lacy Rogers, professor of history and contributing faculty member to the American and Africana studies departments.
Read Sue Segal P’13’s reflections on Understanding Lincoln, an online graduate-level course offered last fall by Matt Pinsker, associate professor history.
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