The Red Devils will host second and third rounds of NCAA tournament this weekend.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.
Dickinson's newest art department faculty member discusses her work, her current exhibition in the Trout Gallery and why she loves Goodyear. She'll deliver a gallery talk on April 21.
Both livestreamed Republican and Democratic events will be held in late April.
Dickinsonians gather to celebrate both the 70th anniversary of the college's men's lacrosse program and the launch of the David W. Webster '88 Men's Lacrosse Fund.
With a huge gathering at Biddle Field and sports matchups all afternoon, Dickinson celebrates the Red Devils.
Dickinson's production of 'Little Shop' features offbeat humor, an eco-minded twist and catchy tunes that will have you singing, "Feed me, Seymour!" Join the fun!
The Office of LGBTQ Services is launching a Pride week filled with activities for Dickinson students April 2-8.
Dickinson will celebrate athletics and school spirit this Saturday, April 9, with a host of Red Devils matchups and activities for the campus community and accepted students.
The Dickinson community welcomes the new class of accepted students.
Natasha Trethewey (poetry), Greg Rucka and Cully Hamner (graphic novels) and the Wu Ming collective, creator of fiction that inspired QAnon's name, are Dickinson's 2022 Stellfox honorees.
Meet noted Baltimore-based artist and educator Michael Weiss '98, who returns to campus twice in spring 2022 to share recent paintings with the campus and alumni communities.
Tapping into his CPR training, Beau Dana ’22 doesn’t hesitate to help heart attack victim.
The new Farm Works store brings the College Farm into downtown Carlisle.
The Department of Earth Sciences' Potter Lecture will focus on Kevin Padian's work as an expert witness in the landmark Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District trial.
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