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.
The new logo and updated seal reflect Dickinson’s prominence among the nation’s liberal-arts colleges.
Dickinson student Adam Volchko '13 talks about the Student Investement Group which invests virtual money with mock portfolios to provide members with a working financial and investment education.
Students asked and professors listened! And they got to the heart of the matter during an event designed to prepare first-time voters for the big election day.
Semana Poética brings the world's poetic voices to campus
Red Devils open new soccer complex with 2-1 win.
There's more to this ancient art form than first meets the eye.
Three Dickinson alumnae are the founders of Cameroonian Roots, a program that propagates microfinance opportunities and lessons in urban agriculture and women's empowerment in Cameroon.
Christian Beitel ’13 finds leadership, confidence and a global perspective at Dickinson
Christopher Sharples '87 and his firm designed the Barclays Center, the new home of the Brooklyn Nets.
Native Americans came to the campus to attend the Carlisle Symposium
Laura Kamoie ’92 lands a six-figure book deal with HarperCollins.
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