Alumni of the department return for a three-day celebration to impart words of wisdom and share career and life experiences with current students.
Vintage clothes, Nikes and Dickinson apparel will be for sale in the lower level of the HUB.
Annual celebration of Dickinson athletics and school spirit comes to a close after a weeklong schedule packed with events and culminating in the Dickinson Athletics Hall of Fame ceremony.
Two finance veterans with decades of experience between them return to campus to speak with students about opportunities at the storied firm.
Nationally recognized artist performs at Dickinson, sharing songs and stories with the community.
The celebration of school spirit continues Friday and Saturday with Red Devil lacrosse and baseball action, an all-campus picnic, and more.
The athletics-focused week of celebration was filled with activities and events to keep everyone entertained.
Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist meets with students and discusses his nearly 30 years of work as the senior project scientist on the groundbreaking James Webb Space Telescope.
Meet Saul Iwowo ’26, a first-year Red Devil soccer player who’s definitely one to watch.
The weeklong series of events hosted by the Women’s & Gender Resource Center celebrates our bodies in all of their diversity.
The spring Activities Fair presents countless opportunities for students to make Dickinson their own.
From Valentine’s Day on, Dining Services is mixing it up, offering special menus to keep Dickinsonians dining in style.
The Dickinson College Choir performs an excerpt from the final movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.
In recent weeks, Dickinson has welcomed visiting artists to campus to serve impactful residencies. Here's why that's so important for our arts students and for the whole college community.