The renovated Rubendall Recital Hall features a new look and improvements that dramatically change the experience of performing.
Provost Neil Weissman discusses Dickinson’s strength in interdisciplinary study.
Read a fundraising letter from Herman Merrills Johnson, Dickinson’s president during the Civil War, to the notorious politician Simon Cameron.
Associate Professor of Religion Dan Cozort received the annual Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching.
A summary of notable facts about Dickinson College's graduating class and the 2012 Commencement exercises.
Environmental activist, author and journalist Bill McKibben accepted the inaugural Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Global Environmental Activism.
Winners advance to the national round, to be broadcast live in China
Thirty key players, led by two conductors, create beautiful music each year
Tyler Rosá ’12 finds his field of dreams at Dickinson.
Environmental activist, author and journalist Bill McKibben has been selected as the first recipient of The Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Global Environmental Activism.
First-year students’ class project about John Cage's visit to Dickinson is included in the New York Public Library's exhibition.
East-Asian-studies major Courtney Weatherby ’12 receives scholarship to study a critical language abroad.
Student-athletes give back during annual community event.
Unnecessary diesel-truck idling is illegal and dangerous, but it persists. These students wanted to know why.
Associate Professor of History Regina Sweeney received the highest honor given to a Dickinson faculty member.
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