Student-choreographed concert showcases meaningful movement, text and light.
The finalists for the Innovation Competition are nearing the finish line, and you’ve got a chance for a front-row seat! Watch as they vie for the $2,000 grand prize.
A passion for social justice leads Jahmel Martin ’16 to a prestigious fellowship.
The associate professor of Judaic studies and director of the Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life discusses his new book and memorabilia collection that tell the history of the Jewish deli.
The 30th-annual Science Student Research Symposium corrals 60 research projects—representing the work of more than 100 students, in 11 science disciplines—for a giant poster session.
Across campus, Dickinson celebrates 'Don Quixote' on the 400th anniversary of its publication.
Speakers and events celebrate Earth Day by shining a light on faith and sustainability.
Just in time for Earth Day, Dickinson is named one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation.
Theatrical-performance activist Peterson Toscano will headline two events that explore global warming, spirituality and other social issues.
‘Parade' magazine highlights the College Farm in its special Earth Day Across America feature.
A black belt in karate with a passion for advocacy and sustainable farming, Kaitlin Soriano ’15 discusses the beauty of impermanence and the value of positivity, food education and simplicity.
Professor of English Wendy Moffat Receives Prestigious American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship.
The College Choir tackles Beethoven's sublime Ninth Symphony from many angles, as it prepares to perform onstage with the Hershey Symphony Orchestra.
Islamic-studies scholar Akbar Ahmed will discuss relations between the West and the World of Islam after 9/11.
A scholar with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum will discuss the ongoing pursuit of Nazi criminals.
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