Dickinson is sponsoring its fourth-annual marrow-donor registry drive.
Weiss Prize winners Rachael Smith ’16 and Anastasia Putri ’16 create interdisciplinary performances examining how different perspectives shape reality.
Albie Masland '06 ran across the country for charity in 2012, and he's since dedicated himself to the veterans charity that the run benefited.
New research shows how mercury and the fourth mass extinction can help scientists understand climate change.
Acclaimed writer Edwidge Danticat will present a public reading and book signing during her visit to Dickinson through the Stellfox program.
Two professors combine music, creative writing and science history in an opera about a 17th-century underdog who revolutionized the way seafarers travel the world.
Dickinson hosts a panel discussion on security and privacy in the debate over the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone.
Donna Bickford, who recently joined Dickinson as director of the Women's & Gender Resource Center, discusses her research and the authors who inspire her.
Zhen Luo ’18 is awarded the prestigious Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) award, which will send her to Germany this summer for graduate-level work.
Dickinson hosts a panel discussion on the cultural and political impact of soccer, the world’s most popular sport.
Carlisle wins national Strongest Town contest, highlighting the strong community connections that are a hallmark of Dickinson's hometown.
The House Divided project celebrates its 10-year anniversary with a new interactive learning studio.
Historian Peter Gatrell looks at the plight of refugees throughout history in the Pflaum Lecture at Dickinson.
Internationally acclaimed American musician Kenny Endo returns to Dickinson for a concert and taiko drumming workshop.
Pianist Jocelyn Swigger will play all the Chopin etudes, pairing them with some audience-driven improvisation and some tunes from Tin Pan Alley.
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