Yoko Tawada to read excerpts of her novels, poems and essays in Japanese and German, with English translations.
Dickinson's useful liberal-arts education prepares students to see beyond boundaries, immerse themselves in a wide variety of experiences and engage the world as globally educated citizens.
Looking forward to connecting with longtime friends during Alumni Weekend, Tom Zug '68 reflects on his milestone reunion and why he comes back and gives back to his alma mater.
Sometimes, life doesn't go according to plan, and the challenges before us seem insurmountable. That's when the learning happens, says COO Gretchen Ernest Brigden '89.
Of the seven students who competed at the regional National Association of Teachers of Singing Conference and Competition, four advanced to the semifinals, and three are eligible for nationals.
Musician and refugee Emmanuel Nsingani will perform at Dickinson and discuss his music and journey to the US.
Dickinson names architect, judge, journalist and NFL coaching pro as Distinguished Alumni Award winners and recognizes four alumni and parents with volunteer awards.
The American Security Project’s David Titley, retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral, will visit Dickinson Monday, March 26, to discuss the emerging threats of climate change to U.S. national security.
Dickinson is launching "The Good," a free, 10-minute, monthly podcast that shares stories about Dickinson students, professors and alumni.
Dickinson College President Margee Ensign highlights American higher education's role in solving "big problems" during the ACE2018 keynote address.
Halfway through the spring lap of the Useful Education for the Common Good Tour, President Ensign continues to inspire. Alumni, parents joined newly accepted students at this special Denver event.
Audrey Schlimm ’20 and Drew Kaplan ’20 are the latest Dickinsonians to be accepted into Oxford University's prestigious Mansfield College Visiting Student Programme.
Dickinson College appeared in 571 news stories, in outlets ranging from CNN to the Christian Science Monitor, last month.
A senior art-history exhibition showcasing scholarship on a New York Photo League photographer was made possible by an alumnus who connected the student curators with prints and firsthand sources.
Steven Fitzpatrick ’18 uses his background in computer science to advance sustainability initiatives and develop data tools for submarines.
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