At Dickinson, study abroad isn't just about touring other countries. It's about experiencing new cultures, immersing yourself in a new way of life and reshaping your worldview.
Thanks to a $6 million gift from Samuel G. Rose ’58 and Julie Walters, a new two-story, 22,000-square-foot athletics-training center be built at Dickinson’s recently renovated Biddle Field.
Dickinson has been admitted to the 2011 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Dickinson alumnus Eric Ruhalter '90 is the creator of The Kid Dictionary: Hilarious Words to Describe the Indescribable Things Kids Do.
What makes the Jewish deli All-American? Ted Merwin, director of The Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life, explains.
Summer repertory theatre provides opportunity for student design project.
General Counsel Dana Scaduto has been elected president of the National Association of College and University Attorneys.
International counselors experience Dickinson to take it home to their students.
When Head Fencing Master Mark Holbrow '74 founded Dickinson College's fencing club, he sparked a healthy obsession for generations of Dickinsonians and a lifelong passion for teaching that led him far
Alumni gift to build new Durden Athletic Center.
Former study-abroad student takes innovative approach as Fulbright teaching assistant.
Ben Werthan '08 finds his way in Major League Baseball
Josh Sherman '96's latest hit brought a pop-culture legend to Broadway.
A large-scale project epitomizes a resourceful senior class. Hand-crafted pint glasses made from empty bottles donated by the campus community.
Following an analogy between a session at the college's writing center and a dinner, with an International fellow as a guest.
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