Dickinson Career Conference offers students and alumni career-development tools.
Earth-sciences major, environmental conservationist and Posse scholar Elizabeth Plascencia '16 has studied volcanoes in Iceland and came close to becoming a longboarding pro.
The assistant professor of sociology discusses how race shapes relationships and the challenges of ethnographic research.
Katherine Roy '15, a math and physics major, talks about her love of the sciences, international travel and dance and how Dickinson allows her to pursue all her disparate passions.
A panel of local and regional government officials will discuss Pennsylvania’s current system of local government.
The Teach for America organization lauds Dickinson for being a top contributor to its corps.
Krista Dionne '15 discovers that the Dickinson experience might find you wherever you are.
Like her flagship course, Lynn Helding’s new association, which she co-founded with colleagues, dives into the physics and anatomy that power the human voice.
Four students explain why, when it comes to internships, less is definitely not more, and open-mindedness is key.
Eli Brill '10 follows his family to Transylvania, where he's found success and a lot more.
Learn how the Asbell Center brings students together to explore their faith and creates a sense of community among them.
Have something to build, fix or convert? This resourceful environmental-studies and economics major, Justin McCarty '15, can most likely help.
Watch 2014-15 Omar N. Bradley Chair Kimberly Dozier deliver the annual Bradley Chair address, in which she discusses her experience covering the war in Iraq.
A first edition of "Paradise Lost" joins Dickinson's collection of rare books.
An Oct. 4 interfaith ceremony brings the issue of sexual violence into a unique and spiritual light.
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