History major and cross country runner Elias Howard '16 shares what he learned about world cultures and why he thinks this is the ideal moment to be at Dickinson.
Gifted students from around the world pack a year’s worth of learning into three short weeks during CTY camp.
Latin has been called a dead language, but it’s thriving at Dickinson.
Dickinson welcomes more than 300 CPYB dancers to campus during summer break.
Student-faculty summer research focuses on sustainable heating system, refining work of previous student-faculty partnerships.
It takes mettle to serve a six-month internship at the College Farm, but this year's crop of interns say it's worth the hard work.
Summer sports camps thrive each year on campus.
U.S. Rep. Jim Gerlach '77 talks about his journey from Dickinson to Washington, D.C.
Cai Guo '16, a double major in philosophy and psychology with a penchant for literature and world cinema, tackles the mind-body problem.
Ten liberal-arts colleges in Pennsylvania have received an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant to create the Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts.
Prospective students and families get a first look during Discover Dickinson Days.
As a study-abroad student, art lover and math major, Lucia Darrow '15 delights in finding different ways to frame her world.
Two months before arriving on campus as a first-year, Tyree Grant '18 is making national headlines. Imagine how far he'll go from here.
DIG summer camp offers hands-on sustainability lessons.
Tal Rosen '04 takes on microfarming in the urban landscape of Chicago.
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