Dickinson's first social innovation & entrepreneurship grads look back on the program's inaugural years and present capstone research aimed at helping local nonprofits thrive.
Students use the arts to make a difference, launching a range of community programs and visiting the state capital as part of an artistic activism course.
Can the human voice be a mechanism for healing? Psychology and music double major Jonah Levi-Paesky ’17 is looking for the answer.
Representatives from the U.S. Army War College came to campus to honor more than 35 students who tutored international fellows in 2016-17.
College may have been tough initially for first-generation student Robert Hill ’17, but not only did he persevere, he founded a program that helps fellow first-generation Dickinsonians thrive.
From sustainability to world literature, students discover abundant research opportunities in Italy.
Trustees review and adopt the 2017-18 operating budget, receive updates on several construction projects, and meet with students, administrators and faculty to discuss free speech on campus.
Two students and one administrator extend Dickinson's reputation as a top-producing Fulbright institution with awards to teach and learn abroad.
Jim Chambers '78 makes a $1 million gift to Dickinson as statement of confidence in the college's future and a challenge to fellow alumni to step up their support of the college.
Interim President Neil Weissman is part of the leadership circle of presidents calling for carbon pricing to combat climate change.
Students showcase novel approaches to guacamole, art buying and oral history in the final round of the 2017 Innovation Competition at Dickinson.
Amanda Santilli '17 has traveled the country and world as a student researcher in the earth sciences department.
If you’re looking for fellow students to cook with or a diverse array of foods from around the world to sample, look no further than the Global Gastronomy Group.
Former history major Glenn Whitman ’91 is an author, educator and women’s soccer coach who strives to understand how the brain works, learns and thrives.
As part of a policy class, Stephanie Applegate ’17 researched homelessness and founded a nonprofit devoted to finding housing for those in need—all while serving an internship at the state senate.
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