LGBTQ students and allies gather for 2017 Lavender Reception to celebrate becoming "authentically who they are."
Members of the class of 2017 graduate and are urged find ways to serve the greater good beyond Dickinson.
Associate Professor of Education Elizabeth Lewis discusses the state of K-12 learning and how literacy is more than just reading and writing.
History major Simeon Khan ’17 is well on his way to realizing a childhood dream, through his experiences with the Blue Mountain Battalion, and as an intern with the U.S. Army Special Warfare Center.
View the full schedule for Dickinson's 2017 Commencement exercises.
Dickinson's annual Scholarship Luncheon gathers nearly 250 donors and scholarship recipients to celebrate the far-reaching impact of scholarship gifts.
Graduating seniors reflect on the Dickinson experience and look ahead to how they will effect change in the wider world.
From past internships to her current position as Huffington Post campus-editor-at-large, Emily Robertson ’17 is gathering experience and preparing to enter the fields of social media and marketing.
Scott McQuaig named Centennial Conference Women's Golf Coach of the Year.
Dickinson's first social innovation & entrepreneurship grads look back on the program's inaugural years and present capstone research aimed at helping local nonprofits thrive.
Students use the arts to make a difference, launching a range of community programs and visiting the state capital as part of an artistic activism course.
Can the human voice be a mechanism for healing? Psychology and music double major Jonah Levi-Paesky ’17 is looking for the answer.
Representatives from the U.S. Army War College came to campus to honor more than 35 students who tutored international fellows in 2016-17.
College may have been tough initially for first-generation student Robert Hill ’17, but not only did he persevere, he founded a program that helps fellow first-generation Dickinsonians thrive.
From sustainability to world literature, students discover abundant research opportunities in Italy.
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