Alumni Global Adventures are extraordinary opportunities to learn from Dickinson experts as you explore exciting destinations. Here are the trips we're planning for 2023.
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.
Graduating seniors secure jobs at Enterprise Knowledge and McDonogh School and are accepted to graduate school in Scotland.
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.
Students in literature and intro computer-science classes teamed up to digitally analyze classic texts through an innovative digital humanities project.
Continuing Dickinson’s history of success, every applicant is accepted into the highly selective, yearlong program.
Learn how Dickinson helped Shannon Kobran ’10 forge successful careers in publishing and international development.
The former English and economics major combined creativity and strategy to rebuild a legendary name in fashion.
Hadley D’Esopo ’23 was looking for a college with a strong sense of community, and that's exactly what she found at Dickinson.
From 'The Walking Dead' to 'Wonder Woman,' Greg Steirer's 'The American Comic Book Industry and Hollywood' gets to the bottom of a worldwide phenomenon.
Professor of English Wendy Moffat discusses the inspiration behind the Donald Moffat Scholarship, which she established in memory of her father.
Graduating English majors are accepted to graduate programs at the University of East Anglia and Georgetown University.
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 will preserve the spirit of the annual Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholar and Writers Program through a series of virtual literary master classes for students.
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