Laura Kamoie ’92 lands a six-figure book deal with HarperCollins.
The assistant professor of environmental studies discusses the role basic human needs play in war and peace and how diamonds may influence a presidential election.
Professors and students travel to Shanghai to explore the uphill battle toward balancing China’s growth with sustainability efforts.
Students tap financial and international savvy during high-level internship.
Conference explores shadowy cultural legacy of Carlisle Indian School
Dickinson celebrates the passage of Title IX.
Alumni, parents and students re-connected with each other and the college during this action-packed weekend.
Before Keith Fischer ’02 could embark on the gridiron career that would lead him to Dickinson’s Sports Hall of Fame, he had to overcome every football player’s toughest obstacle—a worried mother.
Christopher Maier '99 reflects on a lifetime of reading
Growing up, Christine Hufenbecher ’02 spent every day “running around with the neighborhood kids”—the perfect storybook opening for an athlete.
The women’s track and field teams enjoyed an era of true dominance in the Centennial Conference (CC) from 1999 to 2002, winning four straight titles in both indoor and outdoor track and field.
Soccer standouts reflect on their final season.
From publications and lectures to grants and awards, Dickinson faculty are accomplishing exciting things outside of the classroom
A chance encounter with some hand-thrown clay pots led Carl Socolow '77 to bring his inquiring eye to a remote Mexican village
Take an in-depth look at the history and progression of the college’s radio station as it celebrates 50 years on air.
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