In her first column as Dickinson's president, Nancy Roseman discusses the ways in which bioethics, medicine, policy and big data intersect.
Was East College used as a hospital during the Civil War?
A new plaque commemorates the life and impact of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Marriage equality, growing income inequity, technology and democracy, the Second Amendment—all were subjects of this spring’s PAC speaker series.
Meet six of the 526 graduates who found their passions at Dickinson.
A tribute by colleague Merle F. Allshouse, former associate professor of philosophy and associate academic dean (1967-70).
Sasha Shapiro ’15 offers a firsthand account of her summer spent interning at the New York Peace Institute with Brad Heckman ’89.
Policy-management students find unique interdisciplinary angle on the Civil War.
View photos of the 2013 studio-art majors' senior exhibition, from inspiration to final product.
The success of the 2013 men’s lacrosse season was a culmination of years of hard work.
From Perestroika to daily neighborhood disputes, Brad Heckman '89 mediates the global with the local.
Pinning down a definition of 'sustainability' is trickier than you might think, but new Dickinson programs are tackling it head-on.
A new Trout Gallery exhibit highlights embedded journalism of the American Civil War—and the technology that made it possible.
From Google to government surveillance, the world is awash in data. But what are the consequences?
Highlights include the publication of a new book, <em>Modes of Learning</em>, by George Allan, professor emeritus of philosophy.
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