Dickinson student-athletes are always pushing themselves, and each other, to be the best, whether in competition or in the classroom.
Celebrated performer/composer Christopher Jackson, best known as George Washington in the Broadway and Disney+ hit 'Hamilton,' comes to campus Nov. 2 to deliver annual Poitras-Gleim lecture.
Attendees can also register to participate in a companion workshop on information and media literacy in times of conflict.
Rose Walters Prize winner Tara Houska discusses how communities like Dickinson can make a profound difference in the fight to protect the Earth, its people and our natural resources.
Dickinson joins forces with Next Genius, a program identifying and supporting the brightest and most promising students from 1,800 schools in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
A Red Out celebrates Red Devils football as the team takes on Franklin & Marshall this Friday night at Biddle Field for the Conestoga Wagon.
As fall sports got underway, President John E. Jones '77, P'11, visited teams and passed on encouraging words for successful seasons.
The Devil’s Den has a fresh look and new offerings for the 2023-24 academic year—and a more flexible meal-plan policy to boot.
Students started their college careers with a bang, thanks to Dickinson's Pre-Orientation: Explore More Adventures program.
Campus was abuzz with Move-In Day, the annual celebratory event marking the arrival of incoming first-year students.
Drayer Hall's got a brand-new look! Tour guide Livia Ball '24 takes us inside the college's largest first-year residence to see the renovations.
The Dickinson community is geared up to celebrate this year, as more alumni than ever before plan on attending the three-day festivities.
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.
"You go in there with the mindset of, 'I want to save this person.' " When duty called, this campus safety officer rushed in to help. What he did next saved a local girl's life.
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