Kevin Doyle '16 and Chase Philpot '14 will study critical languages abroad with funding from the U.S. Department of State.
For members of Dickinson's equestrian team, success comes on and off horseback.
Students majoring in arts, science, social science and the humanities came together to share research on women's and gender studies.
The annual Freshworks dance concert offers young women's perspectives, often with interdisciplinary twists.
Editor-in-Chief Gloria Hwang '16 launched the new "Dickinson Science Magazine" amid great fanfare.
Faculty and students celebrate World Book Day with a continuous reading of "Don Quixote" in multiple languages.
Dickinson hosts discussion with
author and education critic Bill Deresiewicz.
Lingwei Cheng '14's work as a research assistant opened a door to a wider worldview and a path to an international-policy career.
Lyndsey Tanabe ’16's passion for the ocean is rewarded with a Hollings Scholarship from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Junior faculty members bring home prestigious grants.
The 29th annual Science Research Symposium puts everything under the microscope.
President Roseman considers how image and perception evolve with the life of the college.
Discover the directions Dickinson’s cycling culture is taking as passion, popularity and possibilities increase.
Stephanie Balmer, vice president for enrollment, marketing and communications and dean of admissions, looks back and moves forward.
Nsenga Jenkins ’07 embraces diversions along her path from Posse Scholar to high-profile legal career.
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