New faculty book explores the American comic book through the lens of Hollywood.
In the face of substantial challenges, 100 percent of Posse students graduated on time this year, for the first time in Dickinson history. Here are the stories behind that impressive stat.
An immersive internship has Caroline Kanaskie ’17 in the lake and the lab utilizing her classroom and ALLARM experiences.
A liberal-arts education encourages both intentionality and imagination, and we see the presence of both in the choices and journeys of our graduates.
Recent faculty publications, grants and awards, plus noteworthy news.
Check out the latest publications by Dickinson alumni.
Commencement speaker Ian McEwan sits down for a conversation with writer/editor Tony Moore that touches on McEwan's work, free speech and the role the Internet can play in the evolution of literature.
From Ian McEwan's return as this year's Commencement speaker to the launch of Kseniya Thomas '01's 'Ladies of Letterpress,' the impact of the Stellfox Prize reverberates across campus and beyond.
From starting a new campus club to conducting research abroad, members of the class of 2015 tell us what it's like to experience all that Dickinson has to offer.
Read the debate-via-epistle about controversial alumni James Buchanan and Roger B. Taney.
When Sam Rose '58 established a scholarship fund for economically disadvantaged students, he knew he was investing in the future.
Read the other top entries in Dickinson Magazine's fiction contest.
On Día del Libro, Dickinsonians around the world learned why Miguel de Cervantes' 'Don Quixote' still resonates after 400 years.
Read Madonna Enwe '16's winning entry for Dickinson Magazine's summer fiction contest.
Offensive lineman Kyle Santorine '17 wears his heart on his sleeve, along with a permanent tribute to a catalyzing influence.
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