This week, Monday, Sept. 26, through Friday, Sept. 30, is Celebrating Dickinson Week.
Dickinson will host an opening reception to celebrate “History Comes Out,” an exhibition of artifacts and archival documents from the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project.
Brittany Barker ’15’s one-woman show in New York City celebrates identity and community.
Jennifer Lawless, a nationally recognized expert on electoral candidates, will discuss issues facing women running for public office.
Philadelphia-based artist Michael Yoder will exhibit paintings and works on paper from his Kahn Project at Dickinson’s Goodyear Gallery.
Dickinson music faculty offer diverse performances in October.
First of three fall open houses offers a record number of attendees opportunities to immerse in and engage with the Dickinson community.
Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and Rose-Walters Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert offers a compelling take on mass extinction, education and the liberal arts.
Dickinson welcomes seven new tenure-track faculty members to the campus community this year.
Dickinsonians gather to remember Jigme Nidup ’19.
Bree Goldstein '05, creator of UpDog, took an unlikely path from Dickinson to app developer.
New Asian-inspired garden transforms a flat stretch of grass into an inviting new space.
Charter Day celebrates the history of the college and the impact of philanthropy.
Karen Pflug-Felder '71 spent more than 30 years in the science classroom as a teacher, and now she looks ahead as a member of the Alumni Council.
Sam Weisman ’17 (international studies) discusses what it's like to interview national and international experts and thought leaders as the Clarke Forum's student program manager.
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