New Athletics Eco-Reps look to change the conversation for Dickinson sports.
Dickinson faculty members reflect on the life of revered statesman Nelson Mandela.
Students in business, environmental science and other disciplines were commissioned to create sustainability-themed public art
Aspiring operatic tenor Frederick Schlick ’14 shows his range.
John Dickinson scholar Leah Miller ’14 helped create an open online course and once dreamed of becoming the next Indiana Jones.
Biochemistry & molecular-biology major Jillian Dunbar '14 combines two passions—arts and science—in interesting ways.
For Alex Kasznel '15, a full schedule means a full life.
Students presented a new oratorio and generated applause from the star composer who created it.
Environmental-studies major Lexie Raczka ’14 sees opportunity at every turn.
Valeria Carranza ’09 lives and breathes advocacy work, keeping busy with causes that move her, both professionally and personally.
European vocal ensemble holds residency on campus
New Mosaic explores entrepreneurial endeavors through sustainability lens.
Cotten Seiler, associate professor of American studies: Conspiratorial thinking offers a perversely comforting means of simplifying a world that has grown bafflingly complex.
David O'Connell, assistant professor of political science: A balanced appraisal of Kennedy is finally emerging.
Sarah Niebler, assistant professor of political science: The Kennedy/Nixon debate influenced the media's role in contemporary presidential elections.
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