With an eye toward outcomes, a new Dickinson center draws together diverse areas of student and professional development.
Dickinson will present Kate Hamill’s vivacious adaption of the Jane Austen classic, Pride and Prejudice.
Architect and Dickinson alumnus Chris Sharples '87 will present “Out of Practice,” a lecture about his work in designing buildings and environments that improve the quality of public life.
Dickinson College is partnering with the Cumberland County Historical Society to host Carlisle Journeys: Places of Memory and the Unfolding Stories of the Carlisle Indian School.
Having researched reconstruction teams in Iraq and Afghanistan, interned with the USAID, and studied Italian history in Bologna, Mary Hinton ’19 is living her dream at Dickinson.
Former law & policy major Llamilet Gutierrez ’09 provides trauma-informed services to victims of sex trafficking as the executive director for Amara Legal Center.
Dickinson College students and faculty will perform six concerts in November, including jazz, chamber music and orchestral works.
Dickinson artists-in-residence, The Newberry Consort, will perform “Forbidden Love: The Passion of Héloïse and Abélard.”
From Aug. 28 to Sept. 19, there were 132 national and nine international mentions of Dickinson in the news.
Eboo Patel, founder and president of the Interfaith Youth Core, will speak on the growth and influence of religious pluralism in America.
See time-lapse video and learn the story behind a mural painted by students studying art, biology and sustainability to present scientific data on local bird species and the Conodoguinet Creek.
Dickinson hosts a symposium examining intersections between soccer and social justice from an interdisciplinary perspective.
From studying satire in Latin to sharpening the musical chops that help him lead his own jazz band, Carl Hamilton '20 is finding his Dickinson education to be highly useful.
Students discuss their summer internship experiences at the 2018 Internship Showcase, inspiring current students to pursue their own internship path.
A pair of investment experts will discuss Dickinson’s endowment, the role it plays in the financial well-being of the college and the possibility of moving towards a more sustainable endowment.
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