Because of the forecast for continued snow throughout the day, administrative offices will be closed for today, Wednesday, March 21.
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.
Discover how Deborah Evans ’91, a classical musician, owns a music-publishing company that specializes in rap and hip-hop clients.
Andrew Wolff, assistant professor of political science and international studies: Attacking from a unilateral position sends the world a message of weakness, not strength.
Ed Webb, assistant professor of political science and international studies and a former diplomat: A strike is unlikely to change much on the ground, but it may complicate diplomacy.
Joseph Sestak, 2013-14 Omar N. Bradley Chair in Strategic Leadership: Credibility is important for national security.
Andrea Lieber, associate professor of religion: How much do we risk to defend against injustice?
Russell Bova, professor of political science and international studies: There is little that Russia can or will do in response to U.S. intervention.
Michael Beevers, assistant professor of environmental studies: Syria is a humanitarian crisis.
Willa Davis '15 spends the summer in L.A. interning with a film production company.
Gilbert Bonafe Jr. '11 inspires the next-generation of college-bound students.
Dickinson's endowment closes in on $400 million, reaching new heights.
The Dickinson community mourns the loss of a beloved international poet and friend of the college, Seamus Heaney, who was laid to rest in Ireland today.
Posse scholar Jahmel Martin '16 plunged head-first into his first year at Dickinson and was named a 2013 Shuman Prize recipient.
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