How did students prepare for the presidential election? Let us count the ways.
Katie Kiraly '11 went from a Middle East studies to a research-assistant position at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Whether you're shopping for a gift-giving occasion or just want to explore the town, you can easily make an afternoon of it in downtown Carlisle.
A twist on the typical year-in-review feature from our photographer's perspective.
Dickinson student Emily Eckardt ’13 combines coursework and community service to learn how to make an impact.
Seasonal tunes draw packed houses to annual holiday concerts.
Dickinson receives $400,000 grant to expand its Asian-studies curriculum.
Alexander Strachan ’13 is learning to make a difference through music.
Perry "Vision" DiVirgilio '00 appears on CNN’s "Black in America"
Ruby Stanmyer ’13 wants to make a difference, and Dickinson is giving her a leg up.
David Kim, the celebrated concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra since 1999, appears at Dickinson in an all-Mozart Concert
Since 1996, the Murasaki Duo has performed classic and new cello and piano literature as chamber music, earning recognition as one of the leading ensembles of the genre.
Ellen Durkan creates fantastical fashion pieces out of metal, steel and other nontraditional materials
Ben Hanbury-Aggs ’11 finds his way through the hallowed halls of Sotheby’s.
Inaugural scholarship recipient aims to help patients of chronic and series illnesses.
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