Harvard’s Stephen Walt explores the future of U.S. foreign policy during a talk at Dickinson.
Foremost American poet Naomi Shihab Nye discussed culture, writing and the students and faculty she met as 2017-18 Stellfox honoree.
Leann Leiter '08 merges art, cross-cultural communication and critical thinking honed at Dickinson College to inform her social-justice career.
Portraits are complex feminist manifestos for Lalla Essaydi, a noted international artist who recently visited Dickinson to discuss her cross-cultural work and meet with students.
Professor of Theatre Sherry Harper-McCombs will study contemporary global puppeteering techniques in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Linda Specht '82, P '20, sees the "intellectual resilience" she gained at Dickinson as the key to her successful foreign service career.
Dickinson’s Department of Theatre & Dance and the Mermaid Players bring Sam Shepard’s iconic play "Buried Child" to the stage.
Dickinson awards $100,000 environmental advocacy prize to Our Children’s Trust, which leads a global climate recovery campaign elevating the voice of youth to favorably impact their futures.
Poet-in Residence and Professor of Creative Writing Adrienne Su earns a spot in "Best American Poetry" for the fourth time.
Longtime Pittsburgh Steelers scout and Dickinson College alumnus has been at the starting line for 15 years.
Unexpected challenges and a liberal-arts edge drove Melissa Lareau ’03 to create a career-rehabilitating soil to make communities more healthy and food secure.
Leigh Parrott ’18 has found a way to deeply explore all of her passions at Dickinson, from music and literature to East Asian languages and astronomy.
Rochelle and Jonathan Smith P’06 reflect on their daughter's experience at Dickinson and how it led to a successful entertainment career.
Seniors Natalie Cassidy and Audrey Ling are each continuing original research on social and environmental justice that they conducted while studying abroad in Argentina last year.
President Margee Ensign meets with higher-education leaders at the ATI Presidential Summit in New York City to discuss ways to graduate more high-achieving, lower-income students.
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