On July 15, Dickinson announced that the fall 2020 semester will be remote. Campus is closed to visitors who do not have an approved appointment. Face coverings must be worn at all times.
The federal government rescinds a policy that threatened international students’ access to U.S. higher education days after Dickinson joined in the fight against it.
Dickinson welcomes a noted social-justice expert to the campus community.
Vincent Stephens, music faculty and Popel Shaw Center director, discusses his acclaimed book, Rocking the Closet: How Little Richard, Johnnie Ray, Liberace, and Johnny Mathis Queered Pop Music.
Representatives from 22 liberal-arts institutions across the nation and around the world will arrive on campus this week for the 2019 Global Engagement in the Liberal Arts Conference.
Campus Inclusion Week highlights how we can think more critically about the diverse perspectives and needs within our community and engage meaningfully with fellow Dickinsonians.
The new ACE peer-mentor program pairs first-year students from historically underrepresented communities with students who can relate and help them navigate common first-year challenges.
How is kosher food prepared, and how can I try it at Dickinson? Is poke kosher? Rabbi Marley Weiner will answer all your burning questions about kashrut (including what kashrut is!).
Texas native Odalis Almendarez Pina ’20 traveled a long way to Dickinson, and since coming to campus, she’s traveled even more.
“After taking these classes, I didn’t see the world in the same way,” says Meet Mollie Montague ’19, on her Dickinson experience as a sociology and Spanish double major.
Meet Posse scholar and Los Angeles native Samuel Banuelos ’19, who's majoring in international business & management and using internships and research to prepare for success.
Workshop offers employees from across campus a chance to discuss Dickinson's values around inclusivity and inclusion.
Students attended a climate-change conference in Nepal, interviewed dozens of villagers about climate change and presented their findings on sustainability and resilience both in Nepal and on campus.
The two-day, student-organized Women of Color summit drew approximately 200 students, staff and alumnae of color to campus to share experiences, mentor and inspire.
Dickinson's first Women of Color Summit brings alumnae of color together with current students.
Dickinson is hosting two community conversations to bring people from diverse groups together to listen and share about inclusive language on campus.
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