"We should constantly work to better our world," says Destiny McFalls '25, who researched Black identity and activism at Dickinson and recently presented her findings.
Samuel Lavine ’22 is a history major, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Center for Sustainability Education intern who will enter the master’s program at the Columbia Climate School next fall.
Dickinson's newest art department faculty member discusses her work, her current exhibition in the Trout Gallery and why she loves Goodyear. She'll deliver a gallery talk on April 21.
Pamela Ortiz '22 is a computer science major, a Posse scholar and an RA with an aim to master five languages. Soon, she'll study in Japan through the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship.
The third Women of Color Summit brought students, faculty, staff and alumni together to celebrate, learn, share and connect as women of color and allies.
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.
As a first-year student, Noor Alhamadani ’24 already has taken part in two research projects with faculty and staff, tutored peers and served a fellowship and internship.
Hadley D’Esopo ’23 was looking for a college with a strong sense of community, and that's exactly what she found at Dickinson.
Professor of English Wendy Moffat discusses the inspiration behind the Donald Moffat Scholarship, which she established in memory of her father.
Dickinson senior-thesis research on acoustic levitation (small objects being suspended in sound waves) is making waves in the scientific community.
Meet Dickinson's newest Young Alumni Trustee, Joanne Adebayo '21.
Two Dickinsonians recently received Fulbright grants to teach in South America. Alexandra Fosbury ’21 will work in Argentina, and Jacqueline Amezcua ’19 will teach in Brazil.
Learn how Dickinson musicians cleared big hurdles to stage a COVID-era orchestra concert and honor concerto competition-winner Ruby Ngo ’22.
During a year fraught with challenge, students present a boundary-pushing Women of Color Summit.
As a double major in environmental studies and theatre, Brendan Carr ’22 merges a passion for the arts with a drive to help bring about positive social and environmental change.
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