Experts and activists will explore responses to anti-Muslim hatred during a panel discussion at Dickinson.
Wendy Moffat was recently installed as the second incumbent of the John J. Curley ’60 and Ann Conser Curley ’63 Faculty Chair in Global Education.
Immigrant-rights activists Hugo Castro and Jose Luis Hernandez Cruz will discuss their work with undocumented and disabled immigrants.
New Dickinson Four initiative highlights the thread that connects all four years of the Dickinson experience inside and outside the classroom.
Activities Night offers students the opportunity to get active through more than 100 campus clubs and organizations.
Students discover many ways to make a difference through CommServ Fair.
Latino political cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz will talk about his work in satire during an event at Dickinson.
Dickinson's Black History Month symposium views respectability politics from personal and multigenerational standpoints.
Dickinson will host Maly G. Jackson, a Jewish-Ethiopian refugee who fled with her family from Ethiopia to Israel in the 1980s.
Three student-musicians performed to audiences of up to 5,000 during an international tour made possible through Kenderdine grants.
Interim President Neil Weissman expresses Dickinson’s deep concern over President Trump’s executive order banning immigration of refugees from seven predominantly Muslim nations.
Driven by her abiding passion for the public health field, Annie Nagy '99 has spent years helping underserved populations.
Find out how Dickinson's global liberal-arts education set Scott Jacobsen ’86 on the road to becoming president and CEO of NorthStar Bank.
More than 80 students got behind-the-scenes views of life on the job in two major cities through back-to-back Career Connections events.
From performing the Arutunian Trumpet Concerto with a full orchestra to going beyond the musicological canon, Morgan Bates ’18 has followed her passion to new heights as a Dickinson music major.
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