"I like the small classes and the close-knit community," says economics major Harry Huy Do '24. "At Dickinson, professors are happy to talk."
Volunteers welcome students to an on-campus polling site, and political science students conduct exit polling during Election Day 2022.
"The faculty and staff here want us to succeed,” says Ellie Pattillo ’23, a psychology and women’s, gender & sexuality studies double major, who created a podcast while studying abroad.
Open your calendar app! You don’t want to miss the public arts events at Dickinson this fall.
“I love the way Dickinson makes each student a priority,” says Elsa Hritz ’25, a scholarship awardee, math and data analytics double major, and a ballerina who’s learning to fly private planes.
Samuel Lavine ’22 is a history major, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Center for Sustainability Education intern who will enter the master’s program at the Columbia Climate School next fall.
The playroom in Safe Harbour's emergency shelter helps bring a sense of normalcy and hope to local homeless children. Students raised funds to revamp it and stock it with new creative-play toys.
The Office of LGBTQ Services is launching a Pride week filled with activities for Dickinson students April 2-8.
Learn more about Riley Kuehn ’24, an international business & management major and student-athlete who values Dickinson's personalized approach and the college's connection to Carlisle.
Plans are under way to construct a cutting-edge, sustainable learning, research and event facility at the College Farm. One year after the Farm Lab project launch, new developments are afoot.
Wondering what Dickinson's new land acknowledgment is all about? Here's what you need to know.
Join students on a quick tour of Carlisle's open-air market, and get the scoop on their favorite local restaurants.
As this uniquely challenging academic year draws to a close, take a look at the ways Carlisle CAN leaders joined forces during a pandemic to help protect the local community.
Dickinson creatives are taking it to the streets this spring with BoDA, a pop-up, outdoor performance and exhibition space that brings the arts to Britton Plaza and sparks online conversations.
New interdisciplinary civic-education projects receive support this spring through Dickinson's Center for Civic Learning & Action.
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