Joan Gettig Nagle ’53 reflects on the best mistake she ever made.
Music residency workshops offer rare opportunities and lead to a new CD featuring compositions by young alumni and faculty.
Excitement runs high as the campus gears up for a residency with acclaimed short-story writer Lorrie Moore.
Women's & gender studies faculty weigh in on public radio on controversial egg-freezing benefit.
The Italian & Italian studies department takes a holistic approach.
LGBT advocate and former NFL athlete Wade Davis will deliver annual Poitras-Gleim lecture on Nov. 3.
50th-anniversary production of "Fiddler on the Roof" features food, song, dance and a math-related casting surprise.
Students experience a rich panoply of culture, literature and history in Berlin.
Reed will serve as Dickinson's chief diversity officer and deputy Title IX officer.
For Sylvia Smith ’73, architecture isn’t just a career. It’s a call to beauty and to better ways of living.
A new faculty book creates a blueprint for international collaboration.
Author and philosopher Dorit Bar-On will discuss differences and parallels in human and nonhuman communication.
Students discuss climate change with White House and U.N. officials in Washington, D.C.
Week Without Violence punctuated by alum’s poetic message.
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