Associate Professor of Biology Tony Pires receives $248,040 NSF grant to perform ocean-acidification research.
With family and career just where he wants them, Emmy winning actor Eric Martsolf ’93 is "one grateful man."
Men’s basketball team takes to Europe for international play and cultural exchange.
Frank Vitale '16 studies history in thoroughly modern ways.
JD scholar and biochem/molecular bio major Jennifer Rush ’15 reveals a little-known talent, how she gives back and what it's like to be the first known Benjamin Rush descendant at Dickinson.
The Dickinson community welcomes the class of 2018 to campus and beyond.
Italian studies and Spanish double major Ashton Fiucci ’15 lives the sweet, scholarly life as assistant editor of a new academic journal on gender in Italian culture.
Amber McGarvey ’15 and Courtney Wojcik ’17’s summer internship at a leading-edge corporation made the small screen, thanks to the producers of “An Inconvenient Truth.”
For Davis Brown '15, an internship with the Boston Celtics was rewarding in a number of ways.
Summer on-campus research in computer science draws on sustainability, past partnerships and an obliging professor.
Artist and Francophile Samuel Richards ’16 discusses his pop inspiration, the power of a positive attitude and which professor he describes as "a hurricane of positive energy."
The college is number three on Sierra Club's "Cool Schools" list for sustainability leadership.
From the battlefield to the classroom, Rick Clifton '79 is in his element.
Student researchers in classical studies forge new tools for ancient texts.
Cai Guo '16, a double major in philosophy and psychology, discusses his developmental-psych internship at Harvard and explains why his French classes came in handy in the lab.
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