Have something to build, fix or convert? This resourceful environmental-studies and economics major, Justin McCarty '15, can most likely help.
Watch 2014-15 Omar N. Bradley Chair Kimberly Dozier deliver the annual Bradley Chair address, in which she discusses her experience covering the war in Iraq.
A first edition of "Paradise Lost" joins Dickinson's collection of rare books.
An Oct. 4 interfaith ceremony brings the issue of sexual violence into a unique and spiritual light.
What do our young alumni do after completing the Fulbright program? We checked in with a few recent grads to find out.
New Mosaic takes on climate change, from Carlisle to Lima.
Dickinson's new Makery offers resources for hands-on trial-and-error.
Dickinson is hosting workshops that focus on increasing energy efficiency.
The Global Scholars U.S.-Japan program brings five American and five Japanese undergrads together to perform high-level, cross-hemispheric research.
Learn how a Mosaic led John Dickinson scholar Xueyin Zha ’16 to two digital-research internships and a year as visiting scholar at Oxford, and why a Gothic romance novel inspired it all.
Amy Farrell, professor of American studies and women’s & gender studies, was featured in two national publications during the past week.
Law & policy major Howie Keenan '16 makes a mark as class president, volunteer, intern, study-abroad student and founder of a socially conscious business.
Acclaimed fiction writer named 2014-15 Stellfox Distinguished Writer.
Rose-Walters Prize-winner James Balog's residency was highlighted by a multimedia live-streamed public discussion of the effects of climate change.
The Carlisle Theatre screening of 'Chasing Ice' earned two thumbs up from the Dickinson community.
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