Artist and Francophile Samuel Richards ’16 discusses his pop inspiration, the power of a positive attitude and which professor he describes as "a hurricane of positive energy."
The college is number three on Sierra Club's "Cool Schools" list for sustainability leadership.
From the battlefield to the classroom, Rick Clifton '79 is in his element.
Student researchers in classical studies forge new tools for ancient texts.
Cai Guo '16, a double major in philosophy and psychology, discusses his developmental-psych internship at Harvard and explains why his French classes came in handy in the lab.
The Princeton Review says Dickinson is yet again one of the nation's top institutions for sustainability education.
LGBT History Project earns accolades from national organization.
The Kline Center expansion brings student life, fitness and sustainability together in breathtaking ways.
National honor society awards biochemistry & molecular biology major Gloria Hwang ’16 with a scholarship and recognizes Dickinson chapter for exemplary work.
Chris Roberts '11 tackles the practicalities behind the philosophies of business, development and democracy.
Rose-Walters Prize-winner James Balog will deliver a lecture on his work providing a "visual voice" for the planet's changing ecosystem Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m.
One College One Community kicks off during Homecoming & Family Weekend with a free screening of "Chasing Ice"
Dining Services gets more produce from the College Farm than ever before.
Photojournalist Rick Smolan ’72 revisits his past through acclaimed new film about one of his first post-Dickinson adventures.
Kate Martin, director of the Center for National Security Studies, will present the annual Constitution Day Address.
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