Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Eric Foner headlines the 10th anniversary celebration of Dickinson’s House Divided Project.
Black-studies scholar George Lipsitz points to the humanities in addressing ongoing racial discrimination and violence.
International business & management major Katie Natoli ’16 has mentored students as an RA, gained fluency in Chinese while studying abroad in Beijing and already landed a job in finance.
For Barbara Slusher ’86, P’16, Dickinson was the 'launching pad' to a fulfilling career in drug discovery.
Kenny Endo brings his 40th-anniversary tour to Dickinson for a special performance in Japanese drumming.
EcoLeague enables Dickinsonians to study sustainability issues around the country.
Bioethics expert Lance Wahlert discusses how the Americans with Disabilities Act impacted LGBTQI medical ethics, especially in the treatment of HIV.
Ted Hinnenkamp ’16 becomes third consecutive Red Devil to be named Centennial Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year.
For Emma Spector ’19, Dickinson offers the perfect setting to merge her passions for theatre and social justice.
Dickinson’s New York program is a networker’s dream, injecting students into the lifeblood of Manhattan and paving the way to careers in finance.
Harold "Hal" Saunders, renowned diplomat, Dickinson honorary degree recipient and husband of Board of Trustees member Carol Jones Saunders ’62, died on Sunday, March 6.
Lindsey Wakeman Officer ’09 returns to campus from NYC and ‘Marie Claire’ as the 2016 Cogan Fellow.
Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer Elizabeth Kolbert will receive the 2016 Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Global Environmental Activism.
Students travel to Cuba to learn about the country’s sweeping social changes directly from Cuban artists, filmmakers and writers.
Pierre Dulaine, known internationally for his dancing and his activism, will teach a dance class after a screening of a film about his charitable work.
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