Neuroscience major Sara Patterson '14, who set numerous track records, will join another impressive team at the National Institutes of Health.
Marlin Steel Wire Products President Drew Greenblatt ’88 keeps making industry headlines.
Three members of the class of 2014 produced a concert of original works with funding from the Weiss Prize for the Arts.
The Carlisle Circulator comes to town with support from Student Senate.
Students in the social and natural sciences wrangled big data during the GIS symposium.
Christopher Sachvie will bring his established record of squash-court dominance to Dickinson as head coach of the new varsity squash teams.
Three students receive scholarships to enhance their study-abroad experiences.
The associate professor of biology discusses cancer research and what it means to educate the next generation of cancer killers.
Students promote social sustainability via ephemeral artworks with enduring appeal.
Dickinson reduces energy consumption during 2014 Campus Conservation Nationals.
Scholarship donors see the impact of their gifts.
Mariah Murphy ’15 wins Geological Society of America grant.
Bill Deresiewicz challenges students to carve a different path.
American Nature Writing explores nature, humanity and where the two meet.
To learn what it takes to make a movie, take a look at the cutting-room floor. The same concept applies to this year’s student exhibition.
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