Arts residency brings students together with a renowned international musician and scholars in a variety of fields.
John Dickinson Society members and guests enjoyed a reception, discussion and private tour at George Washington’s Mount Vernon.
Student-faculty research expedition explores climate change in Greenland.
Nearly 70 years after graduating, Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient Tom Lacek '48 returns to campus and Biddle Field for Homecoming & Family Weekend.
The 2016 Arts Award residency includes a performance by celebrated pianist Barry Snyder; lectures by leading experts in music, history and philosophy; a choir/orchestra concert; and more.
Senior studio-art majors present intriguing works-in-progress during a preview exhibition that challenges expectations.
In New York and across the globe, Burt Sheaffer ’87 finds himself as connected as ever to Dickinson.
John Patrick Shanley, the award-winning writer behind 'Doubt' and 'Moonstruck,' delivers inspiration and advice on everything from trust and authenticity to ‘Goodnight Moon.’
Economics and philosophy double major John Leibundgut '18 loves the way Dickinson courses have given him "an entirely new way to look at an issue."
Visual culture expert and author Laura Wexler will discuss the importance of early photography to a prominent African-American abolitionist.
From expert real-time analysis to watch parties and "celebrity drivers" and pedicabs shuttling students to the polls, Dickinson is geared up for Election Day.
One of America's foremost playwrights, John Patrick Shanley, will visit Dickinson this week as the 2016-17 recipient of the Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholars and Writers Program award.
Steve Aoki—the superstar EDM and electro-house musician and producer—is coming to Dickinson on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Approximately 300 Dickinsonians came together for a Monday-evening service in honor of Lauren Lau ’19.
The Hive beekeeping cooperative installs beehives on campus.
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