The third Women of Color Summit brought students, faculty, staff and alumni together to celebrate, learn, share and connect as women of color and allies.
Dickinson has received a record 8,230 applications for the class of 2026, and the college's acceptance rate is now 35%.
Dickinson honors four students for excellence in writing and research.
Dickinson's senior-project production of 'Proof' uses humor and intellect to portray a story of family, legacy and math.
When escalating violence and war back home threaten students' ability to stay at Dickinson, the Conflict Zone Student Support Fund helps keep their dreams within reach.
Girls Who Code Founder Reshma Saujani helps answer the question "Where are the girls?" in computer science during virtual event.
New counseling and wellness resources add an extra layer of free, confidential, 24/7 support to all current students.
Dickinson's Girls Who Code club brings to campus a nationwide effort to fight gender disparity in computer science.
Black History Month events at Dickinson include a virtual discussion with Retired Army Col. Gary Steele, the first Black varsity football player at West Point.
The hands-on athletics opportunity offers both a valuable work-study experience and an on-ramp to the medical field.
Memory, climate change, public health, time zones and local history: It's all in the Goodyear Gallery's new public mural. You can see it during a free public reception Wednesday, Oct. 13.
Annual fundraiser brings the Dickinson community together to support a worthy cause.
Kiara '21 and Kiana Smith '21 share their Dickinson story.
If you've ever wondered what life is like on the College Farm, this virtual walking tour will give you a glimpse into the 80-acre, USDA-certified organic farm.
Dickinson's hometown, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, has been named an “All-America City” by the National Civic League, a nonprofit that seeks to advance civic engagement.
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