Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss how 9/11 changed politics, law and everyday life in the United States.
Learn why, for Nathaniel McCloud '23, conversations with faculty and peers have made studying philosophy and political science deeply enjoyable.
Like many young Americans, Ana Matovic ‘22’s interest in justice was ignited by "Law & Order." Now, as a DOJ intern, she’s learning what the legal field is really like—and she’s even more impassioned.
Maya Peck '22 presents original research on Latinx Trump supporters at a regional Northeastern Anthropological Association (NEAA) conference.
Graduating political science majors are accepted into graduate programs at Columbia University and Syracuse University and launch careers in policy analysis, the military and digital media.
Continuing more than a decade of success with the program, two more Dickinson students will cross the pond in the fall to immerse themselves in Oxford's tutorial system.
A panel will explore issues surrounding the 2020 election, including court challenges and policy debates following the widespread use of mail-in voting.
In this podcast, Washington Post Cairo Bureau Chief Siobhán O’Grady ’13 discusses her reporting across Africa and the Middle East and how her unique Dickinson experience helped launch her career.
“I love the opportunities Dickinson has provided," says Ernest Entsie ’21, a Ghana native who has studied history in Rwanda, interned in Italy and explored careers in New York City.
Grace Gontarek ’22 (environmental studies, political science) is a first-year mentor and musician who interns with the EPA.
Associate Professor of Political Science David O'Connell examines how presidents can accomplish political goals through personal style.
Learn why political science major, ROTC cadet and student-athlete George Ladner ’21 believes, “Dickinson crafts students into problem-solvers capable of leading responses to emerging problems.”
In this episode of 'The Good,' we chat with two alumni who are calling games for MLB's Baltimore Orioles after starting their careers at Dickinson's WDCV.
Campus voting initiative focuses on registering voters while keeping them informed.
If you're looking for good reasons to come to Dickinson from afar, look no further than California's Alexandra Fosbury ’21.
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