Rose-Walters Prize-winner James Balog's residency was highlighted by a multimedia live-streamed public discussion of the effects of climate change.
The Carlisle Theatre screening of 'Chasing Ice' earned two thumbs up from the Dickinson community.
Justin Gold '00 shepherds his nut-butter business to national prominence.
Professor of English Wendy Moffat's research uncovers work of PTSD pioneer.
You've heard of dorm living, but how about yurt living? Ana Amberger '14 shows you how to live in a solar-powered yurt at the Dickinson College Farm.
Michaela Shaw '16 combines business communications and sustainability research through a summer internship.
It takes mettle to serve a six-month internship at the College Farm, but this year's crop of interns say it's worth the hard work.
U.S. Rep. Jim Gerlach '77 talks about his journey from Dickinson to Washington, D.C.
Tal Rosen '04 takes on microfarming in the urban landscape of Chicago.
During Alumni Weekend, Dr. Ben James '34 became Dickinson's honorary President for a Day.
Parents of graduates discuss the value of a Dickinson education at Commencement 2014.
The man behind "Now You See Me" says Dickinson gave him the tools to carve a path to Hollywood.
Colonel Jack H. Jacobs discuss the rewards and challenges of military service with ROTC students.
A global journalist, a Fulbrighter, a cancer researcher and an international scholar discuss leadership and world affairs with this year’s Commencement speaker.
Neuroscience major Sara Patterson '14, who set numerous track records, will join another impressive team at the National Institutes of Health.
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