Famed German poet Jan Wagner is serving an artistic residency on campus this spring that includes a reading, classroom visits, a panel discussion and a translation contest for students.
Natasha Trethewey (poetry), Greg Rucka and Cully Hamner (graphic novels) and the Wu Ming collective, creator of fiction that inspired QAnon's name, are Dickinson's 2022 Stellfox honorees.
Dickinson Poet-in-Residence and Professor of Creative Writing Adrienne Su's newest book, Peach State, was dubbed essential reading by the Georgia Center for the Book.
Dickinson's art, creative writing, dance, music and theatre programs present a variety of thoughtful and joyful events this fall.
Allan Farfan Canales ‘23 has written screenplays and short stories and created a mixtape about his first year at Dickinson.
In this episode of Dickinson's podcast, "The Good," we talk with Fabiola Cineas '12, a reporter covering race for Vox.
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.
Amy Shelley Impellizzeri '92 always knew what she wanted to do with her life. Then a deadly plane crash hit close to home, literally, and she realized she needed a change.
A new online workshop brings alumni writers together to sharpen their craft. It's Dickinson's first online alumni workshop, and it's just one way alums are connecting and learning together this fall.
Mary Ritter '23 shares how her life has changed over the last year as she transitioned from being a high school student to a first-year college student to moving back home to complete the semester.
Interarts concert brings together choreography, visual art, music and writings by Dickinson faculty members in "an imaginative, provocative space."
Lucille Papile ’21 is a published essayist-poet and neuroscience major who plans a career in wilderness therapy. She discusses her love of writing and her favorite experiences at Dickinson so far.
Fall 2019 is an exciting time at Dickinson, with two major interarts events on tap and a lineup of visiting artists who bring an array of perspectives to the mix.
From mathematics to creative writing, Olin Rhoads ’21 is finding ways to nurture all of his multifaceted interests at Dickinson.
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