DIG summer camp offers hands-on sustainability lessons.
Tal Rosen '04 takes on microfarming in the urban landscape of Chicago.
The class of 2014 selected Assistant Professor of French Ian Andrew "Andy" MacDonald to receive the Ganoe Award for Inspirational Teaching.
Traditions—and surprises—mark a memorable alumni weekend.
During Alumni Weekend, Dr. Ben James '34 became Dickinson's honorary President for a Day.
A new incentive program brings Dickinsonians together to make local eating a communal affair.
Dickinson will host a Father's Day blues concert and ice cream social Sunday, June 15, at 4 p.m. in the Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium (ATS).
Looking to level the playing field, Zach Leverenz '01 founded EveryoneOn, which aims at bringing technology to all.
Parents of graduates discuss the value of a Dickinson education at Commencement 2014.
Biology major Sam Bogan '16 discusses why he works at the College Farm and the beauty of impassioned research.
Latest Dickinson College Farm workshop finds hidden value in everyday plants.
As a kid, Mackenzie Johnson '16 wanted to fix cars. Now this Spanish and policy-management double major fixes communities by helping others build healthier lives.
The man behind "Now You See Me" says Dickinson gave him the tools to carve a path to Hollywood.
From "The Guardian" to "Glamour," Madeleine Albright’s Commencement address has made news around the world.
Take a closer look at Rose-Walters Prize winner James Balog, who will be coming to campus Sept. 22-24 to discuss his work documenting the impact of climate change.
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