As a first-generation student, Himeno Yamane ’22 didn’t know quite what to expect at college. With time and support, this Posse Scholar got to know herself better and made Dickinson her own.
Learn more about Kat Pham ’21 and how her Dickinson experience helped prepare her for the prestigious Erasmus Mundus quantitative economics master’s program she'll enter after graduation.
During a year fraught with challenge, students present a boundary-pushing Women of Color Summit.
Allan Farfan Canales ‘23 has written screenplays and short stories and created a mixtape about his first year at Dickinson.
The best thing about Sagun Sharma '21’s time at Dickinson? “Being able to meet and engage with so many different, amazing people from all around the world.”
Two years after establishing Dickinson's ACE Peer Mentor program, Christian Perry taps deep community ties as head of the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity.
Three Dickinson leaders are Divine Nine members, along with Vice President Kamala Harris. For them, Inauguration Day brought an extra measure of excitement and pride.
Deepening its commitment to racial justice, Dickinson joins alliance of liberal-arts colleges helping to build more just and equitable campuses and societies.
Dickinson is taking steps to increase its commitment to diversity and inclusion throughout all areas of the institution.
Launched in September, the student-led Athletes of Color Coalition will provide support and mentorship for Dickinson students of color who are part of a Red Devils team.
Dickinson's Building Campus Inclusion Week events bring students, faculty and staff together to further the college's ongoing work of building a more inclusive campus community.
The college's chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority takes runner-up among 63 regional chapters for its service work efforts.
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.
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