Bud Sturmak ’95 ties sustainability to the bottom line with BlueSky Investment Management.
From Theoretical Physics to Literature of the Global South, students share the courses that challenged them, changed their perspectives and became impossible to forget.
"Without the support of Dickinsonians who came before me, I would not have had access to the world-class education I received."
Activities Fair and the CommServ Fair offer many paths to engagement for every Dickinson student.
Former English and philosophy major, Amy Impellizzeri ’92 left the world of corporate law to become an accomplished novelist, recently releasing her fourth book.
Dickinson music professor Blanka Bednarz performs with world-renowned artists in this faculty recital.
Dickinson earns a No. 5 Overall Top Performer ranking in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education's “Sustainable Campus Index 2017.”
A scholar of racial and ethnic politics will discuss the differences between political strategies relying on race and class.
A panel of local and regional experts will discuss the nature of persistent poverty and food insecurity as well as ways to address these concerns.
Karin Davidovich enjoys sharing her love for the Spanish language and culture with students.
John Slike ’51 remembers his basketball games at Dickinson in all their detail, despite half a century of separation. He spent his life in and on the court with Dickinsonians all around him.
Discover how Lauren Smith ’06 carved out her spot in the comedy industry.
Dickinson’s Faculty Wind Quintet will perform a program of music by French composers.
Dickinson faculty and administrators are frequently in the spotlight, including recent mentions in The Washington Post, The New York Times and National Geographic and on the WeatherChannel.com.
Dickinson alumni get an ultra-rare, all-access tour of a unique Michelangelo exhibit at the Met.
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