Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Whether studying abroad, interning with the CDF or reporting for The Dickinsonian, Claire Jeantheau ’21 loves how Dickinson has enabled her to see connections across many disciplines.
The college's chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority takes runner-up among 63 regional chapters for its service work efforts.
Betts Slim '53 responds to the COVID-19 pandemic by leading a team of 50 volunteers to make 700 masks suitable for medical use.
Educational studies majors earn teaching jobs and acceptances to graduate programs at George Washington University, Boston College and Relay Graduate School of Education.
Meet Sam Waltman '20, a history and education double major who has earned the Edward W. Pell Graduate Collections Fellowship at Fort Ticonderoga.
The New York Knicks have officially named former player agent Leon Rose ’83 as their new president, saying he will "oversee all basketball operations and personnel for the team."
Six international students offer an inside look at their Dickinson experience.
Find out how all-conference linebacker and ROTC scholar James Turner ’20, has brought together his passions for athletics, history, poetry and education at Dickinson.
Lynn Pasquerella, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, will discuss civic engagement and American educational institutions in a lecture at Dickinson.
From exploring seagrass beds and mangrove forests in Turks and Caicos to sharing her experiences as a Global Ambassador, Delaney Koch ’20 is making the most of her Dickinson experience.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with Deloitte, Teach for America and the JET Program and are accepted into graduate programs at Boston University, University College London and Queens College.
Award-winning investigative reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones will discuss how housing and education are critical elements in telling the story of inequality in America.
Whether in the classroom or in Washington, D.C., Aisha Johnson '20 is using her Dickinson experience forge a better future for marginalized children.
Elizabeth Dada '20 is a teaching fellow at Breakthrough Greater Boston this summer, where she teaches math and interacts with Boston-area children.
Aisha Johnson '20 learns about educational policy as an education programs and policy intern with the Children's Defense Fund.
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