Several distinguished scholars and public figures came to Dickinson during the spring semester to accept a named lectureship award and engage with the Dickinson community.
As he returns to his role as provost and dean of the college, Neil Weissman reflects on his year as interim president and looks ahead to a bright future for Dickinson.
Editor Lauren Davidson shares a look at her history with Dickinson Magazine and some plans for this flagship publication.
President Margee Ensign will lead a session at an NYU roundtable exploring religious identity and extremism.
For seniors at Dickinson, completing the requirements for a major is a distinctive and valuable experience.
Students, faculty and staff alike frequently step outside of Dickinson’s limestone walls and drive or bike the short distance from campus to the Appalachian Trail.
Discover what our renowned faculty and dedicated staff have been up to, including publications, grants, awards and promotions.
Lawyer Douglas Maloney ’77 had never petitioned an exhumation, yet here he was, at the grave of America’s first serial killer, as part of a History Channel investigation into the Ripper case.
Students share images and experiences from around the world through the annual Study Abroad Photo Contest.
Dickinsonians find challenges, life lesson and meaning in extreme endurance sports.
Dickinson's historic hat societies represent a distinctive tradition focused on leadership, friendship and collective excellence.
Marketing superstar/activist Anastasia Pfarr Khoo ’97 keeps the faith.
Henry Sorett ’68 has spent his life in the courtroom, defending all comers, big and small.
Photos by art & art history faculty member Andrew Bale will be showcased at a Peruvian embassy, during a Smithsonian museum festival in Washington, D.C., and in a new book.
Spend some time on the Susquehanna River with Roy Rogers ’75, who captains a riverboat launching from City Island daily.
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