Dickinson's Campus Inclusion Week is from Sept. 24 to 29 and celebrates the college community's commitment to a more inclusive and diverse environment.
An interactive Orientation exercise helps members of the class of 2022 learn to disagree respectfully and productively.
A residence hall founded by students, Dickinson's new X House includes a black-history library and is dedicated to celebrating and cultivating black culture.
Through his internship, his research and his experience as a service trip leader, Mihir Pyakuryal ’19 is discovering how civic engagement leads to happiness and how we develop a sense of justice.
Orientation programs welcome the class of 2022 into Dickinson's global campus community.
Former Latin major Chris Reber ’80 oversees a diverse student body during their educational journeys as president of Hudson County Community College in Jersey City, New Jersey.
President Margee Ensign explains in The Hechinger Report why Dickinson College is ready to do the hard work needed to build a truly inclusive campus.
Sometimes, life doesn't go according to plan, and the challenges before us seem insurmountable. That's when the learning happens, says COO Gretchen Ernest Brigden '89.
It wasn't comfortable, and it wasn't easy, but it was vital work. Hear about a winter-break workshop from students committed to reaching across cultural divides.
Meet Moyi Tian ’19, an aspiring change-maker who relishes in the tension between mathematics and physics, plays the violin and follows her passions, no matter what.
As President Ensign's first academic year on campus reaches the midway point, work is underway to help bridge intercultural gaps on campus and beyond.
Austen Dowell '17 builds on a rich portfolio of intercultural immersion at Dickinson with Turkish language study in Azerbaijan through a prestigious U.S. Department of State-funded scholarship.
Dickinson students, professors and administrators join forces to help first-gen college students thrive on campus and beyond.
As Dickinson celebrates the most diverse class in its history, a new task force investigates how to take inclusivity initiatives to the next level, creating an environment where everyone can thrive.
Math major Egmidio Medina ’18 always wanted to be a doctor so he could help people, but he also has a true passion for math. A student-faculty project helped him explore ways he could do it all.
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