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.
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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.
The institution we are today is a testament to the intentionality, courage and innovative thinking of those who came before us.
After six decades of service, campus matriarch Marie Baker hangs up her headscarf.
Stroll into the Kline Center around lunch time on Monday, Wednesday or Friday, and you’ll hear the familiar thumps of a Dickinson tradition stretching back more than three decades.
From spying trends and acquisitions to politics and packaging, students learn what it takes to collect serious art, thanks to a new program at The Trout Gallery.
The college’s new outdoor recreation and education room is a cornucopia of skiing, camping, boating and climbing paraphernalia.
What do you get when you combine 70 first-year students, 'Toy Story' and root beer kegs?
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