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?
Or, the archivist asks you, in this issue. Reflecting on Sir Richard Attenborough’s 1983 visit, College Archivist Jim Gerencser ’93 asks readers which visiting luminaries resonated most with them.
From six-figure National Science Foundation grants to a feature in Popular Archaeology magazine, Dickinson faculty are reaping accolades for their research.
A behind-the-gavel look at John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, and at how this coal-region native decided two landmark cases.
A 41-year-old photograph circles back to Dickinson and reconnects several Carlisle families. View a Web-exclusive photo gallery.
A Gettysburg professor and a Dickinson sports historian compare notes on long-standing football foes.
Following a two-part Clarke Forum-sponsored panel discussion, faculty experts weigh in on World War I’s impetus and aftermath.
Eight Dickinson professors, supported by a grant from the Luce Initiative, launch the Valley & Ridge Goes to China program. View a Web-exclusive photo gallery.
Students are hoping to get a better look at voter trends and behavior after conducting a countywide exit poll.
Dickinson appoints Stefanie D. Niles as its chief enrollment officer.
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.
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