Dickinson’s Student Senate is sponsoring a three-part retrospective series of films starring the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
As a production intern for NBC Sports, Peter Costanzo ’14 will spend most of February coordinating highlights of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Artist-in-Residence Bill Bowers imparts lessons about life and art.
The reinvigorated Dickinson Review gets a face-lift.
Physics meets shop class in these informative, interactive renewable-energy and sustainability workshops, held monthly on Saturday mornings.
An inherited predisposition to Alzheimer's disease led to a meaningful mission for neuroscience major and John Dickinson Scholar Rachel Suppok '16.
Dickinson hosts NYC networking day for students and alumni.
Students gathered to watch the State of the Union address with pride as President Obama highlighted the journey of incoming student Estiven Rodriguez '18.
Posse Scholar Estiven Rodriguez '18 heads to Dickinson by way of Washington, D.C.
It's a challenge to juggle the demands of the classroom with the demands of the soccer field and an active social life, but midfielder Nathaniel Latshaw '15 has it down pat.
Environmental studies senior-seminar videos dissect what nature is and how we fit in with it.
In recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Dickinson will be hosting the fifth-annual MLK Symposium, Wednesday, Feb. 5.
As classes kick off for the spring semester, a record number of prospective students and their families attended the first Discover Dickinson program of 2014.
Amy Nauiokas '94 takes her latest film to the White House.
Dickinson's commitment to access earned national attention when President Barack Obama highlighted incoming student Estiven Rodriguez '18 in a speech on expanding college opportunity.
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