Family and college histories come full circle with arrival of Thera Iversen '17
The associate professor of art & art history discusses his writings, anarchist world view and making a career out of things he finds fascinating.
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and acclaimed vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth will perform in concert at Dickinson.
Pulitzer Prize-winner to address campus April 2
Oanh-Nhi Nguyen '13 takes the causes she loves with her beyond the limestone walls.
Watch Sharon O’Brien’s interview of Patricia Shaw Iversen, daughter Esther Popel Shaw, class of 1919, and grandmother of Thera Iversen ’17.
From growing your own garlic to knowing when to turn to the pros, check out these tips from our alumni artisans.
Arts Award honoree Sue Coe wages war against animal cruelty
Get to know 2013 Shuman Prize-winner Jessica Klimoff '16.
Asbell Center’s new tile mosaic reflects 10 years of Jewish life on campus.
Katri Thiele ’15 spends the summer studying giant viruses in Switzerland.
Satellite writing center in Toulouse helps ease ‘writing-culture shock’
Uproarious farce opens at Mathers Theatre Oct. 11
The U.S. district judge and Dickinson trustee has been appointed to the Committee on Judicial Security by Chief Justice John Roberts.
Harold L. Pohlman, professor of political science: The individual mandate penalty will factor into the law's success.
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