How do you run a successful MOOC? Create it with a liberal-arts experience in mind, says Associate Professor of History Matthew Pinsker.
Alejandro Heredia ’16 had planned to perform in this year’s Diversity Monologue Contest; what he hadn’t planned for were the conversations he engendered.
Read tributes by friends and colleagues to Kim Lacy Rogers, professor of history and contributing faculty member to the American and Africana studies departments.
Read Sue Segal P’13’s reflections on Understanding Lincoln, an online graduate-level course offered last fall by Matt Pinsker, associate professor history.
As the NASA Global Climate Change Education Initiative wraps up, Neil Leary reviews its progress.
Find out the who, what, where and when of the Outing Club’s successful year.
From hydrocarbons to protostars, Goldwater Scholarship recipient Olivia Wilkins ’15 wants to spend a lifetime immersed in science.
Learn about the significant role that Dickinson's Student Senate plays in college governance.
Alumni Council President Ty Saini ’93 asks alums about name recognition and that long-lost Dickinson sweatshirt.
George Honadle ’66 imagines a truly global-education experience in his Closing Thoughts column.
Tapping ancient customs, students in language and cultural-studies classes transform nature into art.
Whether it’s working out a new trail or jaunting about town, more and more Dickinsonians are turning to two wheels instead of four.
The dedication of the Durden Athletic Training Center marked the start of a new chapter for Dickinson athletics.
It was standing-room-only in Allison Hall, as students, faculty, staff and community members gathered for the annual Take Back the Night rally and march.
Mary Naydan '15 becomes the first Dickinson student to receive the prestigious Beinecke Scholarship.
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