As a kid, Mackenzie Johnson '16 wanted to fix cars. Now this Spanish and policy-management double major fixes communities by helping others build healthier lives.
The man behind "Now You See Me" says Dickinson gave him the tools to carve a path to Hollywood.
From "The Guardian" to "Glamour," Madeleine Albright’s Commencement address has made news around the world.
Take a closer look at Rose-Walters Prize winner James Balog, who will be coming to campus Sept. 22-24 to discuss his work documenting the impact of climate change.
Colonel Jack H. Jacobs discuss the rewards and challenges of military service with ROTC students.
Across town from Dickinson, Becca Good '04 brings her own brand of useful education to her second-grade students.
Get to know the class of 2014 by the numbers.
Alumnus, parent and trustee John Jones '77, P'11 makes another landmark ruling, striking down Pennsylvania's DOMA as unconstitutional.
Fellow faculty select political science professor Douglas Edlin to receive the 2014 Distinguished Teaching Award.
A global journalist, a Fulbrighter, a cancer researcher and an international scholar discuss leadership and world affairs with this year’s Commencement speaker.
The Dickinson community gathered to celebrate the 583 graduating members of the class of 2014 under bright blue skies Sunday, May 18.
Take a closer look at the class of 2014's personalities, shared memories and future plans.
Senior seminar projects come to life at the Computer Science Symposium.
Emily Bowie '14's quest to enact positive change extends far beyond her environmental-studies coursework.
For Dwight Dunston '10, days and nights are filled with pursuing what he loves.
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