Dickinson College Artist-in-Residence Program Welcomes Boston Trio
Dickinson’s artists-in-residence program welcomes the renowned Boston Trio for a three-day musical residency celebrating diverse cultures and musical styles.
The associate professor of physics & astronomy will receive the award from the American Association of Physics Teachers.
Seven-year-old Benjamin Ball makes a passionate plea to save the sea turtles by replacing plastic straws, and L.L.Bean CEO Steve Smith ’92 takes action.
Meet Marc Morris ’19 (archaeology), a transfer student and Fulbright Award-winner who’s interned and worked on two continents.
RDSN participants discuss Dickinson’s student-led sports network, including their most exciting and meaningful experiences to date.
An inaugural recipient of the Sen. Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization in 2003, Dickinson becomes the first college in the country to win the award twice.
Author and scholar of government and politics, Lilliana Mason, will discuss social stratification in the U.S. in a lecture at Dickinson.
The two-day, student-organized Women of Color summit drew approximately 200 students, staff and alumnae of color to campus to share experiences, mentor and inspire.
Trung Nguyen ’19 sees his international business & management major at Dickinson as the best way to gain intellectual flexibility and agility for future success.
From China to a local Carlisle farmers market, Rachel Gross ’19 is learning how food shapes justice and community around the world.
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