The Mermaid Players present 'Big Love,' a contemporary work about love, social justice and the battle of the sexes.
From grade inflation to feminist challenges on campus, First Year Seminar writing-award winners dive deep into higher-ed culture.
Pediatrician and New York University Professor Perri Klass looks at the impact of poverty on the well-being of children.
Dickinson hosts a screening of an award-winning documentary exploring the beauty of trash collection.
A new student-developed program enables Dickinsonians to quickly assess their commitment to sustainability.
Chad Mirkin ’86 honored once again for his pioneering work in nanotechnology.
U.S. Marine Band clarinetist Jihoon Chang, faculty pianist Eun Ae Baik-Kim and bassoonist Kimberly Buchar take the stage in a trio performance.
From sci-fi to Shakespeare, students use digital tools to analyze and present data visually, thanks to the skills they gained from Dickinson's Digital Boot Camp.
Physics major and social innovation and entrepreneurship certificate student Emily Whitaker '17 believes in the power of positivity.
The heat is on for the Innovation Competition, and with double the prize money, more alumni involvement and more than twice the number of competitors than last year.
Director of Dance Sarah Skaggs' new work revisits the landscape of trauma and its aftermath, to critical acclaim.
For the fourth consecutive year, you’ll find Dickinson among the Peace Corps’ top-10 volunteer-producing small colleges in the nation.
Student-led project brings 75 parking signs in 11 languages to campus to reflect Dickinson’s global outlook.
Why do we eat what we do, and can we create more just, healthy, sustainable food systems? A new program tackles these questions and positions Dickinson as a leader in a burgeoning field.
Professor of English and Writer-in-Residence Susan Perabo will read from her new book, 'Why They Run the Way They Do,' on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m. at the Whistlestop Bookshop.
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