Dickinson’s production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical 'Next to Normal' takes a fresh look at mental illness and its far-reaching effects.
History and theatre major Sarah Zimmer ’17 sees the arts as “fertile ground for social change.” Learn how she's exploring that ground in a new production and her senior project on mental illness.
Dickinson College was again named a top producer of U.S. Fulbright students.
At age 10, he had his first flying lesson. Today, high-flying economics major Ellis Tucci ’20 heads a startup he describes as “Uber for planes.”
Kaljah Adams '17 discusses her most interesting class so far, her favorite professor and the internship that helped her find her voice.
Dickinson’s Idea Fund and Arts Collective present their first Student Art Fair.
Whether digging deep into governmental policy or decoding a literary nightmare, class of ’20 members hit the ground running. Discover what the winners of the First-Year Seminar Writing Awards learned.
Weiss Prize recipient Marc Primelo '17 (archaeology, music), plays six instruments, including an ancient harp, and he conducted field work at an archaeological site in Mycenae, Greece.
Newly formed Hera Society seeks to unite, support and empower female student-athletes.
Anastasiya "Nastia" Khlopina ’18 discusses the joy of finding her place at Dickinson, her internship at Russia’s largest bank, her favorite class and the power of making happiness a conscious choice.
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