Because of the forecast for continued snow throughout the day, administrative offices will be closed for today, Wednesday, March 21.
At the start of the semester, students in a social-justice themed course used social media to launch their own grassroots campaigns around issues they care about. Here’s how they did.
Dickinson's Baird Sustainability Fellowship program selects 13 seniors who have advanced sustainability through excellence in scholarship, leadership and service.
Dickinson faculty and students will take part in a number of concerts and plays in December.
Katherine Heacock ’13 makes magic for “guests” from around the world as a cast member at Walt Disney World.
As an EcoRep, Ilana Zeitzer ’19 helps others to live sustainably. She recently took that mission to a new level and was recognized by an international nonprofit for her work.
Recent additions to Dickinson's Harlem Renaissance collection are helping students get a better sense of this significant movement in American literature.
From studying the opioid epidemic through a D.C. internship to crafting teaching resources through a student-faculty research project, Aleksandra Syniec '18 is learning how to make a difference.
Dickinson is looking for the next Young Alumni Trustee to serve for a two-year position on the Board of Trustees. Applications will be accepted Nov. 27 through Jan. 24, 2018.
Dickinson fosters global learning through language study, cultural immersion and a global curriculum on campus and around the world.
Dickinson's approach to sustainability makes this pressing issue a part of every student’s education.
From “giving trees” to meal-packaging sessions to an annual banquet that raises awareness while raising funds, Dickinsonians are finding many ways to give back this Thanksgiving and holiday season.
Dickinson's distinctive, immersive interdisciplinary research courses, known as Global Mosaics, tackle contemporary concerns and issues, in local communities and across the world.
Iranian-American poet Solmaz Sharif will read and discuss her work during an appearance at Dickinson.
Michael Snyder, an expert in genetics, will deliver a lecture at Dickinson discussing how new technologies have opened up the possibility of personalized medicine.
Ever wonder what happens to those four-legged Dog House grads? Three are service superstars, including one that's a doggie-agent for the CIA.
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