Overachieving is what Reeves Whalen ’02 does, and he does it well.
Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright to hold residency in spring
Ceremonial beam finds its place in the new structure
More than 400 Dickinsonians from around the globe gathered on campus to celebrate William G. ’71 and Elke Durden’s 14 years of leadership, service and dedication to Dickinson.
Living on the Diagonal and Other Selected Writings, the new book by William G. Durden '71, is now on sale, just in time for Alumni Weekend.
Reception honors prestigious scholarships applicants.
Juniors head to Columbia University to complete concurrent degrees
Students share what they've learned in the lab and in the field.
The best physicians understand the interplay between science, social science and cultural studies. That's why Gilman scholar Nicole Price '15 is determined to study abroad.
Lacrosse summer camp takes the field.
Those who understand the mechanics and chemistry of the human body know how to treat illnesses.
Soccer summer camps hit campus.
With more than 5,000 alumni having made a gift to Dickinson this year, alumni support has surpassed 74 percent of the annual participation goal.
For five weeks each summer, hundreds of talented young dancers call Dickinson home.
Critical Language Scholar Alyssa Young '14 studies Korean through State Department program.
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