The role of authorial failure, and specifically succeeding in spite of it, is at the heart of Assistant Professor of English David Ball's new book, False Starts.
In its debut on Teach for America's annual top-contributors list, Dickinson is among the top 20 schools in the nation contributing the greatest number of graduating seniors to the teaching corps.
Naive art, a genre characterized by its rejection of artistic conventions and its celebration of extraordinary materials and techniques, fascinates artists and collectors alike.
Opportunites abound at Fall Activities Night
A concert featuring the work of Hungarian composer Bela Bartok.
Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang will visit Dickinson as the recipient of The Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholars and Writers Program award.
Dickinson alum Albie Masland '06 ran cross-country in support of the Travis Manion Foundation, a charity that provides support to projects that help veterans and their families.
Global Public Health Consultant Ben Tiede '05 discusses how his Dickinson experience prepared him to make the most of his opportunities.
Dickinson's Green Bikes program provides sustainable, convenient transportation to campus members.
First-year student Noorjahan Akbar was the focus of a Fox News Network story, “Educating Afghan Women,” that details her journey from Kabul to Carlisle to pursue an American college education.
The 2012 International Fellows Reception brought together approximately 150 campus-community members with current and future military leaders from 49 countries and six continents.
Dickinson alumnus Christopher Sharples '87 is one of the founders of SHoP Architects, the group behind the Barclays Center's design.
For Ke Zhou, the most valuable thing he learned at Dickinson was how to learn.
President William G. Durden ’71 and Jeffrey Figurelli ’83 extol the virtues of a liberal-arts education.
Oct. 24 brings fun fall activities to Britton Plaza and kudos from a national organization.
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