Meet Moyi Tian ’19, an aspiring change-maker who relishes in the tension between mathematics and physics, plays the violin and follows her passions, no matter what.
Hard work and creative problem-solving have earned accolades for Ellis Johnson ’18, whether as a student-leader, beat-boxer, Russian-language student or U.S. Army cadet.
As President Ensign's first academic year on campus reaches the midway point, work is underway to help bridge intercultural gaps on campus and beyond.
Winter is a perfect time to curl up with a good book. Here are 15 books that are top on our students' lists.
Armed with Dickinson’s observatory telescope, a partnership with a university across the ocean and a keen understanding of physics, students calculate the speed of an asteroid 90 million miles away.
An internship in D.C. helped prepare Posse scholar David Ndreca '19 for high-level foreign-policy research and presented opportunities to meet U.S. senators and the prime minister of Greece.
Dickinson's Waidner-Spahr Library earns the inaugural First Year Experience Innovation Award for its commitment to improving the first-year experience and learning outcomes.
Women, identity and global cultures hold the spotlight this spring, as Dickinson gears up to present another inspiring, thought-provoking semester of arts events.
Meet Kathryn Beck '20, a math major whose Dickinson experience is enabling her to explore everything from graph theory to public gardening to storytelling through music.
The Trout Gallery has been chosen as the 2018 recipient of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages James W. Dodge Foreign Language Advocate Award.
Former Posse student and English major Yamilka Roque ’15 works to help students find their passion and their voice as an English teacher at the American Dream Charter High School in New York City.
Ellis Johnson ’18 is more than an exceptional student, athlete and Blue Mountain Battalion ROTC cadet. He’s also one of the top-10 Army cadets in the nation.
Valerie Busch ’20 chose Dickinson because of its “beautiful campus, genuine people and small class sizes.” Now, she’s probing the link between business and psychology in "the right place" for her.
Growing up on a safari ranch in Zimbabwe, Sophie Kirkman '19 became attuned to the effects of climate change. Now she's deepening her understanding of the issue at Dickinson.
Assistant Professor of American Studies Marisol LeBrón discusses how racism, debt and a colonial relationship with the U.S. affect Puerto Rico's recovery in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
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