Can you track “Bieber fever” like you’d track a communicable disease? A new paper investigates the mathematical underpinnings of works in the humanities and the arts.
From wilderness experiences to entrepreneurship, diversity to dance, members of #dson2019 made connections through the Pre-Orientation Adventure program.
Police departments adopt training system created by Dickinson professor to help officers manage high-intensity situations.
A new book on Holocaust music asks, "What is musical witness?"
The arts were not a priority in her high school, but Now Yuan "Wendy" Lin '16 is making up for lost time as a double major in art & art history and theatre.
With great energy and excitement, the first members of the class of 2019 arrived on campus.
Dickinsonians around the world welcomed the members of the class of 2019 well before they set foot on campus.
EPA grant helps ALLARM’s network monitor the waters running into the Chesapeake Bay.
'Money' magazine ranks Carlisle, Pa., in its top five places for walking and biking.
Students share lessons from financial services and information technology internships.
LOCALTUNITY builds community and sustainability with food.
Inspired by a well-known Haitian author, two new grads travel to Haiti to help teach French to displaced, Creole-speaking children.
Summer student-faculty research project lives at the interface of mechanical engineering, physics and applied math.
Whether you're interested in natural sciences, social science or health care, there are many different career paths open to you. How to select one? Internships!
Edible landscapes are pretty much everywhere on campus, so a salad is just a snip away.
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