Bill Deresiewicz challenges students to carve a different path.
American Nature Writing explores nature, humanity and where the two meet.
To learn what it takes to make a movie, take a look at the cutting-room floor. The same concept applies to this year’s student exhibition.
Prize honoring distinguished alum helps fuel Aaron Brumbaugh '14's medical career.
Video feature: Five Dickinson seniors earn Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships.
Watch a video produced by Emily Bowie ’14 on the student workers who are the backbone of the Dickinson College Farm.
Red Devils take on F&M in CC semifinal game Wednesday at Biddle Field at 4 p.m.
Soprano Anne Jennifer Nash '96 returns to campus to work with students and honor Professor Emeritus Truman Bullard in a concert of one of his favorite works.
Kevin Doyle '16 and Chase Philpot '14 will study critical languages abroad with funding from the U.S. Department of State.
For members of Dickinson's equestrian team, success comes on and off horseback.
Students majoring in arts, science, social science and the humanities came together to share research on women's and gender studies.
The annual Freshworks dance concert offers young women's perspectives, often with interdisciplinary twists.
Editor-in-Chief Gloria Hwang '16 launched the new "Dickinson Science Magazine" amid great fanfare.
Faculty and students celebrate World Book Day with a continuous reading of "Don Quixote" in multiple languages.
Dickinson hosts discussion with
author and education critic Bill Deresiewicz.
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