Students inspire local kids through music and books.
Dickinson and The Johns Hopkins University have partnered to offer a dual-degree program in international studies.
Art major and Latin and writing tutor Joelle Cicak ’16 discusses her deep love of the classics, her adventures in ancient French caverns and the course that transformed her academic career.
Joojo Ocran '17, an IB&M major and French minor, discusses his proudest moments at Dickinson and his dream job melding entrepreneurism, food and social sustainability.
Dickinson's men's basketball team reaches new heights.
Looking for a good holiday read or gift? There's something for everyone in this list of 14 books by Dickinson authors, all published within the last 14 months.
Students in a health-studies seminar researched local nonprofit programs and shared their analyses with community leaders.
Members of the class of 2015: Proud to be a Dickinsonian, and passionate about making a difference? Consider applying for a leadership position as a Young Alumni Trustee.
Men's basketball team rises to No. 5 in the nation.
There are many ways to celebrate the season at Dickinson. Here are a few.
DatingAdvice.com recently profiled Assistant Professor of Sociology Amy Steinbugler about her research on the role of race in relationships.
Innovative ideas are sought for a new student-organized competition that kicks off next semester.
International-studies major, Benjamin Rush Scholar and award-winning swimmer Nora Snee ’15 pushes past perceived limits on the track toward global success.
A student-produced video series, "La Vida Malaguena," reveals day-to-day life as a Dickinson study-abroad student in Spain.
Dickinsonians contribute to national conversation about race.
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