Highlights of the 2016 Homecoming & Family Weekend include anniversary celebrations, a panhellenic & interfraternity party and the college's first Alumni of Color Conference.
Ted Hinnenkamp '16 goes pro in Spanish basketball league.
The ways in which faith informs responses to sexualized violence will be the focus of the Wesley Lecture at Dickinson.
After subtitling a film by one of Russia's leading directors, Allison Stroyan ’18 is attending a Moscow premiere of his play. Learn more about this Russophile, tutor, traveler and artist.
Dickinson's iconic Mermaid Players mark their 70th anniversary with a production of Chekhov's 'The Three Sisters.'
Renowned writer, historian and animal advocate James McWilliams will discuss sustainability and ethical farming practices during his talk at Dickinson.
Ret. Army Colonel Jeff McCausland, visiting professor of international security studies, responds to Donald Trump’s interview with ABC News on military strategy.
Dickinson’s trustees engage with the campus community, discuss Dickinson’s future, and get an update on inclusivity and campus climate during their fall meeting.
Passionate about protecting LGBTQ rights? Local officials are preparing to vote on a nondiscrimination ordinance, and Dickinsonians are invited to attend a local forum and voice their views.
The 2016-17 Flaherty lecturer took a hard look at American views of Asia and its peoples, as reflected in, and shaped by, the politics and work of Clint Eastwood.
International studies and French double major Ashley Morefield '18 wants to make a difference and 'build from the bottom up,' and she's already gotten started at Dickinson.
An iconic theatre company uses puppets to bring election season to life at Dickinson's College Farm.
Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards walks us through how to say the Earth's 10 toughest volcano names.
The Princeton Review has again recognized Dickinson as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation.
Interim President Neil B. Weissman shares his thoughts on the college's price tag.
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