Learn more about basketball star Mary Martin '17, and watch a video of her scoring her 1,000th point.
Just over two miles from campus sits a unique cultural and educational resource for Dickinson students, faculty and staff—the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC).
Kelly Brownell joins a long list of science luminaries, including Carl Sagan and Margaret Mead, as recipient of Dickinson's Joseph Priestley Award.
Externships are the newest way for students to explore career options.
Learn more about Dickinson's branch of Alpha Phi Omega, a coed national service fraternity.
With an endowed chair, Professor of English Wendy Moffat is the latest to benefit from the steadfast devotion of John ’60 and Ann Conser Curley ’63.
Angela Fernandez Barone '90 connects prospective students and parents with Dickinson alumni and parents of current students around the world.
Dickinson's Distinguished Alumni Awards, which will be presented June 9 during Alumni Weekend, honor a visionary college leader, two CEOs and an outspoken women’s and human rights advocate.
Merging her writing skills with her love of the arts, former English major Greta Musacchio ’14 helps foreign artists and performers come to the U.S.
Dickinson becomes the first liberal-arts college to join the Engagement Scholarship Consortium.
A Dickinsonian who's become a rising star in the financial field offers tips and advice to students at different stages of their career exploration.
Acclaimed performance artist Eiko Otake will perform in several locations on Dickinson's campus.
Meet emerging change-maker Yanqing Zhao ’19, an economics major, Montgomery Scholar, Oxford study abroad student and recipient of two prestigious prizes.
Students build reefs out of oyster shells, help disaster victims, support projects to house the homeless and more during spring break service trips.
There’s a reason they call it the “city that never sleeps,” and no one knows this better than Sukanya Krishnan ’93.
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