The director and assistant professor of dance discusses her latest project and how the political climate and cultural history inspire her choreography.
The assistant professor and Distinguished Chair of Africana Studies discusses calypso, rapso and expressive culture in the Caribbean.
Dickinson celebrated the impact of the Dr. Inge P. Stafford Greenhouse for Teaching and Research during a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony.
Authorities in politics and environmental policy addressed the meaning of citizenship in an increasingly partisan world.
Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy Catrina Hamilton-Drager explains the significance of and controversy behind Voyager 1's historic journey.
With Free Lunch Friday, Emily Crume ’86 proves there can be such a thing as a ‘free lunch.'
Student-faculty research project maps London’s 19th-century cholera epidemic.
The third-annual event marked the 230th anniversary of the signing of Dickinson's charter, which was enacted on Sept. 9, 1783.
Vocalist performs at Dickinson just weeks before Met debut
Alumni-led internships provide invaluable experiences
DTG performs daring works by rising-star choreographer
President Roseman kicks off her nationwide Dickinson Matters tour in Washington, D.C.
Dickinson commemorates 9/11 anniversary
An intriguing mix of interests, aptitudes and achievements marks Kirsten Dedrickson ’15 as a quintessential Dickinsonian.
Students study the Chesapeake Bay’s inhabitants—human and otherwise.
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