President and CEO of Rare will accept the Rose-Walters Prize at Commencement and use it to launch a ‘major initiative’ for conservation.
The professor of political science and right-to-die scholar discusses the policy and culture of dying in America and the importance of planning for it.
The 2017 Academic Open House anchors the Class of 2021 Preview Day.
When the men of Raven’s Claw decided to establish a scholarship fund in 1993, they did not anticipate just how successful and invaluable it would be.
The 2017 Medieval & Early Modern Studies Lecture takes a new look at two major Italian Renaissance works and finds an enlightening philosophical thread.
Julie Levin Alexander ’80, P’19 reconnects with Dickinson after seeing her alma mater afresh from her son's perspective.
Fredric Price P’01 and his wife, Ann, hope to start a ripple effect with the Streger-Price Fund at Dickinson.
Documentary filmmaker and community artist Erin Hudson shares her storytelling process during a residency at Dickinson.
Flosha "Flow" Tejada '11 has found her dream job, and it's one that helps her students reach for their dreams as well.
A cultural studies expert discusses the online phenomena of fan-run social media forums.
One day after she was announced as Dickinson's 29th president, Margee Ensign came to Dickinson to meet community members during a brief on-campus reception.
Dickinson broke ground on a new, 129-bed residence hall designed to LEED Platinum for Homes standards.
From fighting Dengue fever in Thailand to helping people cope with family violence in the U.S., Roger Brubaker ’03 proves that there's no limit to where a Dickinson English major can take you.
Retired four-star Admiral James Stavridis will address the class of 2017 at Commencement, Sunday, May 21.
A panel of experts explores the significance of bees and beekeeping, including the recent Hive program at Dickinson.
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