Students have initiated a campuswide conversation on how Dickinson can improve the climate of respect and inclusivity on campus.
Actor and educator RJ Mitte, known for his role on "Breaking Bad," will discuss his experiences living with cerebral palsy.
The Drepung Monastery’s Buddhist monks' residency concluded with a deconsecration ceremony in the Waidner-Spahr Library and a moving tribute to Jigme Nidup '19.
Expression and action collide in the Dance Theatre Group (DTG)’s fall concert, Movement Matters, opening Nov. 20.
The Dickinson community gathered Monday night for candlelight vigil.
Members of the class of 2019 tell us what’s on their minds.
Study abroad is often the most defining of a Dickinsonian’s college experience, and providing opportunities for more students to share in global exchange is at the heart of our educational mission.
Stefanie Niles, Dickinson’s vice president for enrollment, marketing & communications, discusses her greatest influence, her favorite campus spot, the state of higher education and more.
Mark Ruffalo, the 2015 recipient of the Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Global Environmental Activism, discusses what he’s truly passionate about.
Check out the latest publications by Dickinson alumni.
Recent faculty publications, grants and awards, plus noteworthy news.
We asked alumni of Dickinson’s oldest global-studies program to share their memories, and they responded with gusto, across generations.
Lauren Keiper Stein ’02 began her career on Wall Street and then moved to Reuters, where she covered a national beat. Now, she’s published a cookbook that’s gaining traction in the national press.
A new series examines interesting intersections between the sciences, humanities and the arts.
A poem written by Olivia Vega '04 expressing her love of the Italian city where she studied abroad.
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