Ethnomusicologist Amy Wlodarski was honored for inspirational teaching by the class of 2015.
Catch a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the class of 2015 on graduation day, and hear words of wisdom from Ian McEwan and Mark Ruffalo, who spoke during the Commencement ceremony.
Two worlds happily collide as Molly DiLeonardi '15 welcomes both her family and her Cameroonian host family to campus for graduation day.
Members of the class of 2015 were encouraged to speak up and take action during a Commencement featuring remarks by Ian McEwan and Mark Ruffalo.
As they prepare for Commencement, here's a toast to the senior class—a collection of articles and profiles about, and written by, the class of 2015.
Oh, the places they’ll go! More than 30 graduating seniors recall their favorite moments at Dickinson and share their plans and lessons learned.
Red Devil standout Adam Honig '14 takes his hard-court skills overseas.
As a youth mentor and photojournalist, Ravonelle Yazzie ’17 helps preserve the Navajo culture. Next semester, she'll take those skills further at the Institute of American Indian Arts (Santa Fe, N.M.)
Trout Gallery exhibition provides the perfect capstone to Sarah Eisen ’15’s ambitious undergraduate career.
Students navigate the Popel Shaw Center through uncertain times.
Caroline Elkin ’15 takes her Fulbright down the steps of Old West and onto the steppes of Kazakhstan.
Ashton Fiucci '15 loves to study language and culture, so being able to take Spanish and Italian at Dickinson, study abroad and intern at an Italian scholarly journal was a dream come true.
The Durden Athletic Training Center is the college’s fifth LEED gold building
WIND brings a new kind of cultural exchange to campus.
John Dickinson Scholar, Baird Fellow and Spanish and environmental-studies major Caryn Sennett ’15 discusses the professors, classes and experiences that have molded her.
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