Dickinson College will host a panel of experts to discuss the history of white, black and multicultural sororities and the possibility for activism within them.
Student-faculty research team travels to China to examine what happens to Chinese villages in the wake of mass out-migration to urban centers.
Lakota/Kiowa and Apache storyteller, artist and activist Dovie Thomason will deliver an origin story of the Wild West myth from an underrepresented perspective.
Nationally celebrated touring actor Bob Weick returns to Dickinson for his fourth appearance as Karl Marx in a performance of "Marx in Soho" by Howard Zinn.
Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, Jacqueline Patterson, will discuss how environmental racism harms already disadvantaged populations.
A panel of experts will discuss the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law and how it might offer insight or perspective on the current immigration debate.
An indigenous studies scholar will explore ways to understand and honor Indigenous Peoples of the Americas during a lecture at Dickinson.
We travel to Manhattan for a conversation with TV comedy writer, actor, improv comedian and Dickinson alumna Lauren Ashley Smith '06.
Former American studies major Brian Schwartz ’13 delves into the world of money and politics as a political finance reporter for CNBC.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in title insurance, fundraising, corporate consulting and leadership education.
Former political science major Jamie Lopez ’12 strives to promote justice and protect victims of crimes in her hometown community as the deputy district attorney for the County of Los Angeles.
Expert in Latino/a identities Nicole Guidotti-Hernández will visit Dickinson to discuss the importance of terminologies in a Clarke Forum event.
Nationally recognized artist Ajuan Mance will present images from her online sketchbook and discuss common media portrayals of black men during a lecture at Dickinson.
Dickinson hosts a conversation on queer identity and the workplace with legal and political historian Margot Canaday.
Komozi Woodard ’71, a founding member of the Congress for African Students at Dickinson College, returns to campus to discuss the study of racial segregation.
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