When Sam Rose '58 established a scholarship fund for economically disadvantaged students, he knew he was investing in the future.
Read the other top entries in Dickinson Magazine's fiction contest.
On Día del Libro, Dickinsonians around the world learned why Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote' still resonates after 400 years.
Read Madonna Enwe '16's winning entry for Dickinson Magazine's summer fiction contest.
Offensive lineman Kyle Santorine '17 wears his heart on his sleeve, along with a permanent tribute to a catalyzing influence.
New Alumni Council President Michael Donnelly '02 shares his vision for the coming year.
Shawn Bender, associate professor of East Asian studies, explores the use of technology to ease loneliness among aging populations in Japan and Denmark.
Dickinson earns an AASHE Gold 2.0 rating for holistic sustainability approach.
Visitors to the University of Bremen will now find Dickinson's iconic red Adirondack chairs on campus, a nod to the longstanding partnership between the two institutions.
Hundreds of young dancers come to campus each year to participate in the nearby Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet's summer camp.
Sports camps are a big part of the high-energy mix that comes to campus each summer.
Dickinson researchers debunk long-held belief about the way boa constrictors kill. Their findings are published in the 'Journal of Experimental Biology.'
Student-faculty research produces Web portal on urbanatural interrelationships.
Christina Baum ’14 is spending two years in the Peace Corps, and she’s out to make a difference.
Former senior associate athletic director for sports administration at Temple University leads Dickinson athletics.
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