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.
Dickinson has created a new tenure-track position in Native American studies thanks in part to a $210,000 grant from the Creating Connections Consortium.
Phil Goropoulos ’97 launches Healthy Columbia Crisis Meals Initiative to combat food insecurity caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
London-based ABC News editor Jonathan Haworth ’04 discusses his globe-trotting professional path and how Dickinson taught him to seize opportunities.
The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues at Dickinson College will welcome three guest speakers in November to discuss a broad range of issues.
Going into the 2019 Centennial Conference playoffs, the women’s softball team had two secret weapons: pitchers Madison Milaszewski ’19 and Killian Kueny ’19.
Claire Seiler, associate professor of English and chair of American Studies, has been named the 2019 recipient of Dickinson’s Constance & Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching.
Anthony Bush ’11 crafted his current position as diversity, equity and inclusion coordinator at a school in the Bronx, and he creates curriculum and coursework connected to those themes.
Ke’son Bullock-Brown '19 discovers new pride by digging into history through Africana studies.
From her research on prison reform to her internship with Planned Parenthood of Maine, Lauren Weickert ’19 is not afraid to take a stand on tough issues.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in education, politics, art and law.
Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss the racism that exists in the Americas despite the growth of multiracial populations.
As an American-studies major and a study-abroad student in Italy, Julia Ormond ’19 deepened her understanding of what it means to be an American and a global citizen.
Flosha “Flow” Tejada ’11 reflects on how she remains connected to lessons learned in her First-Year Seminar and to fellow Dickinsonians who helped her keep hope.
Brown University professor Dixa Ramírez will explore the Dominican Republic’s relationship to the West and racial construction in her lecture at Dickinson.
Leda Fisher '19 broadens her world through her experiences with American studies, the Clarke Forum and study abroad and as a student leader and volunteer.
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