Dickinson’s Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring and the Cumberland County Conservation District are working with the community to gather data on the health of a nearby creek.
Flaherty Lecture brings a changing mental health landscape to light.
The Dickinson-Carlisle Scholarship reflects Dickinson’s deep commitment to the community and to providing a distinctive brand of useful education that informs a life of civic engagement.
Former environmental studies major Dan Myers ’11 helps protect the last wild places in the ocean as the international policy manager for the National Geographic Society Pristine Seas project.
Emily Baum, a scholar of modern Chinese history, focuses on mental illness in early 20th century China in Dickinson’s annual Flaherty Lecture in Asian Studies.
Restaurant and food website The Daily Meal names Dickinson one of the top U.S. colleges for food.
Dickinson will host celebrity chef and author Hugh Acheson for a cooking demonstration on Britton Plaza.
Jonathan Albright, a leading researcher on journalism, will discuss the implications of fake news during a lecture at Dickinson.
“If you’re held to a higher standard, you go far above what you thought you could do," says Rowan Price '18, one of several studio-art majors displaying works in progress in the Goodyear Gallery.
Learn more about President Margee Ensign's first months in office and see her responses to questions submitted by members of the Dickinson community.
The Clarke Forum hosts a panel of experts discussing the challenges of the opioid epidemic.
Two years ago, we introduced you to several members of #dson2019 during their first days on campus. We checked to see what's changed!
In the fall 2017 Closing Thoughts column, Jordan McCord ’10 illuminates her path to Carlisle and beyond.
Associate Professor of History Christopher Bilodeau explores the complexities of Founding Father, and founder of Dickinson, Benjamin Rush.
In his first Dickinson Magazine column as Alumni Council president, David Carlson ’99 reflects on his experience and shares some plans for the future.
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