After performing and practicing remotely last year, Dickinson musicians present powerful in-person concerts.
Grab your lawn chairs and blankets! Seven Ages of Shakespeare will bring some of the Bard's best-loved songs, sonnets and scenes to Morgan Field.
Learn why, for Nathaniel McCloud '23, conversations with faculty and peers have made studying philosophy and political science deeply enjoyable.
Alumni from several generations celebrated together during Dickinson's 2021 Virtual Alumni Week.
As this uniquely challenging academic year draws to a close, take a look at the ways Carlisle CAN leaders joined forces during a pandemic to help protect the local community.
After a fully remote fall semester, the college welcomed many students back to campus for a spring unlike any other.
Learn how Dickinson musicians cleared big hurdles to stage a COVID-era orchestra concert and honor concerto competition-winner Ruby Ngo ’22.
The arts play a vital role in community revitalization, says Joanna Castro '98, and artists can help heal and unite during the COVID-19 era and beyond.
During a year fraught with challenge, students present a boundary-pushing Women of Color Summit.
The Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development kicks into high gear this spring with a packed schedule of online events.
A leading scholar and a singer-songwriter brought world-premiere music and WWII research to Dickinson. Their virtual residency included personalized feedback on student research.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dickinson donors have supported the most vulnerable members of our community through the Emergency Response Fund. Here's a look at the difference that makes.
Dickinson creatives are taking it to the streets this spring with BoDA, a pop-up, outdoor performance and exhibition space that brings the arts to Britton Plaza and sparks online conversations.
After months on the sidelines, Dickinson student-athletes are preparing to get back on the field, following a March 5 endorsement by the Centennial Conference Presidents Council.
How do you seamlessly support students during a pandemic? Dickinson's Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development followed the advice it's long dished out.