Dickinson artists-in-residence The Newberry Consort will perform “Forbidden Love: The Passion of Héloïse and Abélard," using period instruments, costumed actors and projected art and text.
From studying satire in Latin to sharpening the musical chops that help him lead his own jazz band, Carl Hamilton '20 is finding his Dickinson education to be highly useful.
Former Latin major Chris Reber ’80 oversees a diverse student body during their educational journeys as president of Hudson County Community College in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Meet Olivia Termini '19, a soccer captain who's served two federal government internships, studied abroad, conducted community-based research and much more.
Graduating senior secures job as a marketing sciences associate.
Dickinson's Department of Classical Studies recently explored everything from the Hercules cycle to Caesar and the Battle of Alesia, hosting a national conference for Eta Sigma Phi.
Audrey Schlimm ’20 and Drew Kaplan ’20 are the latest Dickinsonians to be accepted into Oxford University's prestigious Mansfield College Visiting Student Programme.
The classical studies department's 20th annual Christopher Roberts Lecture explores modernity, revolution and time.
The Dickinson College Commentaries, which brings new life to ancient languages, expands to include translations from Latin and ancient Greek to modern standard Arabic.
Computer science and classical studies collide as Dickinsonians mod a sprawling video game to better understand an underexplored period in Roman history.
Olivia Termini '19 has long been passionate about issues facing our environment. This summer, she's taking action by interning at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Lawyer Douglas Maloney ’77 had never petitioned an exhumation, yet here he was, at the grave of America’s first serial killer, as part of a History Channel investigation into the Ripper case.
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