The campus in summer is not the bustling hub that it is during the academic year, but there’s still plenty afoot.
In early April, Phoebe Oldach '13 and Liam Timms '13 have been nominated by your faculty mentors to participate in a very special opportunity for young scientists in Stockholm
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jon Page leads students through an exploration of how the brain works under threat.
How much control do we have over our lives?
Legendary spymaster William Colby is the subject of a newly released documentary film by his son and Dickinson parent Carl Colby.
Allan Goodman, president and CEO of the Institute of International Education (IIE), will deliver the commencement address at Dickinson College on May 22, 2011.
Titanic memorabilia on exhibition in the library's Archives & Special Collections.
A June 7 address to the graduates of Wyomissing (Pa.) Area High School lauds the liberal arts.
Dickinson College has been awarded a grant from the Department of State to form an international group of professionals who will study water-management issues in the United States and Middle East.
J. Mark Ruhl, professor of political science and the Glenn and Mary Todd Chair of Political Science, received the Constance and Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching during Commencement
This exhibition of Japanese woodblock prints illuminates an art form springing from Japan's Edo or Tokogawa period (1615-1868).
Architecture DC magazine devotes three photos and two pages to Stuart Hall and James Hall in its Spring 2010 issue.
Reco Sanders ’11 receives statewide honor for his work with at-risk youth.
William F. Greenlee is the 2009-10 recipient of the Benjamin Rush Award.
Cogan Alumni Fellow, Frank James spoke to students about his rapidly evolving profession of journalism.
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