Charlie McGuire, sports information director, provides a fall-season recap for Dickinson Magazine.
Red Devil swimmer Caitlin Klockner '16 circles the competition.
Recent publications include Challenging Global Gender Violence by Susan Rose ’77, professor of sociology and director of the Community Studies Center.
The Alumni Council's guiding question for the next two years is to ask, "What does an engaged Dickinson alumni body look like?"
Sept. 28 was a red-letter day for far more than Dickinson's new president, Nancy A. Roseman. An alumna recalls her participation in the Closing Thoughts column.
Former colleagues and students honor Rick Lindsey, physics and astronomy academic department technician, who died last August.
Former students remember College Archivist Martha Slotten, who died last August.
Leah Shafer '14 was all about gathering facts. But in the end, she says, the decision to enroll at Dickinson was a matter of both head and heart.
Dickinson hosts daylong examination of how climate change is taught.
Gay Fogarty '66 reaps long-lasting rewards from her Dickinson education.
Learn about Tsewang Namgyal ’97’s thoughts on Tibetan development, the power of compassion and the value of meditation.
From a small Kenyan village to Rome, Anna-Lisa Noack '11 finds herself "in the field."
Psychology major Rachel Kruchten '16 discusses who she'd like to meet, what "jackpot" day at the Caf means and the most fascinating class she's had so far.
Ray provides strategic leadership and oversight of all areas of advancement.
Archaeologist Allison Cuneo '07 performs high-profile international research.
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