Who gets to access the arts? Can you translate one art form into another? Students investigate these questions and more alongside Veronika Yadukha, our first Beyond the New Normal artistic resident.
“The idea is to bring social responsibility to work and make data-informed decisions based on these values." Meet social-impact champion Rachel Keen Hutchisson '89.
Professor of Creative Writing Susan Perabo throws first pitch at St. Louis Cardinals game and is honored by her alma mater.
Ukrainian music, literature and art come to life this fall, with visits from the Prometheus Ukrainian Male Chorus and the translator and artist Veronika Yadukha.
"Thanks to Dickinson’s brilliant professors, my understanding of the world around me has deepened considerably,” says Arwyn Forbes ’25, a House Divided and Knowledge for Freedom intern.
At 66, the advertising exec follows the mantra ‘life is for living’ in all his pursuits.
Former English major Mary McCusker Goodie ’92 serves students from under-resourced communities as co-founder and co-executive director of the Early Math and Language Initiative.
“The friends I’ve met and people I’ve encountered are a constant reminder to live my life, not just learn about it,” says English major Evelyn Mace '24, recipient of the Moorehead-Timberlake Award.
“I am forever grateful to Dickinson," says Lily Bibro ’24, an English major who interned for a scholarly journal and studied abroad through the college's Oxford program.
The college's long history of Fulbright success continues as a recent graduate and three seniors receive grants for one of the world's most prestigious international exchange programs.
A published poet and daughter of El Salvadoran war refugees, Janel Pineda '18 is pursuing a Ph.D. at UCLA and aspires to bring healing and community to migrant families through the arts.
The English department recently welcomed Sarah Blumenstock ’12 back to campus to present the 2023 Cogan Alumni Fellowship Talk.
The first in-person Stellfox residency in three years was also among the most sparkling. Learn about U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón's triumphant visit to campus—and the powerful story that inspired it.
Ada Limón will receive Dickinson's Stellfox Visiting Scholars & Writers Program Award.
Two Dickinson professors earn a $350,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant to reimagine the study of disability and equity across the curriculum.
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