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President Margee Ensign sent the following message to the campus community as an update on the college's response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), which includes extending spring break until March 21.
President Margee Ensign sent the following message to the campus on Friday, March 6, as an update on the global coronavirus outbreak.
President Margee Ensign recently sent the following message to the campus community, providing spring break travel recommendations to minimize the potential impact of the coronavirus.
In response to student protests over the college’s Title IX policies and procedures, Dickinson administrators have met with students several times this week and reached the following agreement.
President Margee Ensign has sent the following statement to the Dickinson community as an update on the results of conversations with student protesters.
A Dickinson Magazine feature, a video and a photography compilation all earned honors in the competition.
President Margee Ensign invites you to look back on a year of impact on campus, in the local community and around the world.
Two members of the Dickinson College community testify at “Educate a Girl, Empower a Nation,” a Congressional forum hosted by Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson (D-Fl.).
As an institution that deeply values global diversity and civil discussion and debate, Dickinson opposes this boycott but encourages students to voice their opinions through continued civil dialogue.
The yearlong effort seeks to bring all Dickinsonians together to harness the power of the Dickinson community and imagine a bold future for the college and the world.
"The Good," the free, monthly podcast that shares stories about Dickinson students, professors and alumni, recently won a CASE District II Gold Award for Digital Communication.
Dickinson will be offering summer classes, which are open to students, alumni, community members and lifelong learners and cover everything from creative writing to microeconomics.
The Washington Post highlights how Dickinson's faculty members play a critical role in identifying students that are struggling and excelling.
Dickinson College is partnering with the Cumberland County Historical Society to host Carlisle Journeys: Places of Memory and the Unfolding Stories of the Carlisle Indian School.
Dickinson College faculty gather with U.S. Army War College (USAWC) staff members, International Fellows and their families to celebrate the distinctive partnership between the two institutions.
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