Professor of History Karl Qualls will present his first-of-its-kind research as part of the annual Whitfield Bell Lecture.
Prospective students and families experience the Dickinson community firsthand through fall visit programs.
An English major gets the full scoop at a major publishing firm.
Faculty members present a diverse collection in the studio-art faculty exhibit opening Nov. 14.
Melissa Reif ’13 first visited Brazil as a student, then as a Fulbrighter. But when she goes back next year, it'll be in a master-teacher role.
A panel of experts will discuss post-traumatic stress disorder from multiple perspectives.
Get the ultimate application-season playlist from a veteran admissions officer/mom.
Acclaimed writer Lorrie Moore sparks inspiration during her on-campus residency.
Young alums divulge the effects of mathematical models and Dickinson connections.
With every new class, we bring together a rich mix of people who interact with, engage with, challenge and learn about one another.
Relationships are at the heart of the liberal-arts experience, and student life actively cultivates and nurtures those relationships.
From welcoming new Alumni Council members to helping shape future careers, Ty Saini ’93 celebrates Dickinsonians’ engagement.
For quarterback Cole Ahnell ’15, being quick and small is an advantage the opposing team never sees.
Study abroad can be stressful and scary. But as these returning seniors attest, it’s also potentially the most fulfilling experience a college student can have.
It’s no secret that the future of higher education is uncertain. What does that uncertainty look like for Dickinson, and how are we preparing for it?
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