MLK Symposium highlights racial disparities in the criminal-justice system.
The Huffington Post highlights Dickinson as a sustainable-development leader.
During the West Africa leg of a recent Mosaic, students feel history's presence.
Students visited Dickinson for two distinctive Presidents Day programs. Learn more and watch a video feature.
Colors carry heavy philosophical and emotional significance in "Red," the first student-directed play of the semester.
From classroom to lab to stage, musician/dancer/classics devotee Christina Errico '15 gives her all.
Digital Bootcamp prepares students for a future that’s already swirling around us.
Assistant Professor of Archaeology Maria Bruno discusses her research in the Andes, the quinoa boom and the complex history of a place called Camp Michaux.
As a kid, student-athlete and political-science major John "Draper" Donley '14 wanted to be a superhero or a cook. That’s changed, of course—but not entirely.
Fingerprints and spies were the buzz of the Biblio Café on Feb. 11 during a reception honoring First-Year Seminar writing award winners.
Miriam Weiner '09 travels the world from her Washington, D.C., desk.
For a second year, Dickinson is on the Peace Corps’ list of top volunteer-producing colleges.
Student volunteers traveled across America and abroad to give back. But they also received.
Dickinson’s Student Senate is sponsoring a three-part retrospective series of films starring the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
As a production intern for NBC Sports, Peter Costanzo ’14 will spend most of February coordinating highlights of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
P.O. Box 1773, Carlisle, PA 17013 | (800) 644-1773