Computer science major Ian Doyle ’18 discusses his dream of living in the Alaskan wilderness, the value of perseverance and good company and his passion for fixing and creating things.
Hayley Murdough ’18, is already a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School, and she hopes to use her international studies and economics double major to leap into a career in international affairs.
Dickinson takes leadership role in helping faculty across a wide-range of disciplines prepare students to tackle tomorrow's sustainability challenges.
More than 1,500 Dickinsonians gathered for Alumni Weekend to rekindle friendships, celebrate memories, forge new connections and catch up on all things Dickinson.
Dickinson is among more than 1,200 colleges, universities, governors, mayors and business leaders pledging to continue to reduce carbon emissions in line with the Paris climate agreement.
A new program helps students better navigate an increasingly complex digital landscape.
Nearly 20 years after delivering Dickinson's Commencement address in 1998, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David McCullough discusses Benjamin Rush's enduring relevance.
“Crisis in the South China Sea” offers a unique active-learning opportunity for students to prepare to tackle global crisis.
International directors, writers, performing artists and scholars bring the world to campus and into the classroom.
Laura Petrovich-Cheney ’89 uses the salvaged wood from some of nature’s worst storms to create artwork inspired by traditional and contemporary quilt patterns.
Two Dickinsonians are set to engage the world through two prestigious international scholarships.
Timothy A. Wahls, associate professor of computer science, was posthumously named the 2017 recipient of Dickinson’s Constance & Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching.
Students head to the wilds of Georgia for adventures in field biology.
Dickinsonians devoted an estimated 30,740 hours to community service in 2016-17, and sports teams and student groups raised $87,697 for charitable organizations. Here’s how it all adds up.
Local organization celebrates work by Dickinsonians to help abused and neglected children.
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