Opportunities abound this month for students admitted to and enrolled in Dickinson's class of 2018.
Artist-in-residence JACK Quartet dazzles, onstage and off.
Chris Crass will present a lecture about grassroots-level community building and social movements.
From abroad, Amy Fly ’15 eyes the American death penalty.
Reed Salmons '14's student-faculty research efforts come full circle.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet begins a campus residency through the Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholars and Writers Program.
Dickinson lecture will explore how discretion affects criminal cases.
Innovation expert Alec Ross fleshes out the intricacies of bitcoin.
The Dickinson community signed postcards offering personal congratulations to students accepted to the class of 2018.
Dickinson Weiss Prize concert features student conductor and student composers.
Ever wish you could be a fly on the wall when national policies are established? Students got an insider's look at the issues at play as military leaders came to campus for an in-depth discussion.
Student leaders who are passionate about sustainability created a platform for like-minded students across the state to share research and resources.
Learn which region is in the lead as alumni clubs vie for the crown during the 2014 Young Alumni Challenge.
Video Feature: Ellen Stang '85 describes her journey from Dickinson biology major to CEO of one of the world's leading neonatal-care management services.
Author A. Breeze Harper will explore how American veganism is informed by race, gender and legacies of colonialism.
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