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Vincent Stephens, music faculty and Popel Shaw Center director, discusses his acclaimed book, Rocking the Closet: How Little Richard, Johnnie Ray, Liberace, and Johnny Mathis Queered Pop Music.
Mary Ritter '23 shares how her life has changed over the last year as she transitioned from being a high school student to a first-year college student to moving back home to complete the semester.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Alumni Council President Al Masland '79 reflects on his and his grandfather's experiences leaving campus during times of turmoil.
A continuation of our Q&A series featuring a trio of impressive trustees, including our first-ever non-alum trustee.
Head Swimming Coach Paul Richards retires, leaving a lasting legacy.
This year brought many opportunities for these alumni, parents and friends to learn, engage and connect with each other and the wider Dickinson community.
Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness & Inclusivity Brenda Bretz ’95 and Title IX Coordinator Kat Matic respond to questions on the history, policies and actions related to Title IX.
A look back at 10 years of a dynamic artist-in-residence program and the ways it touches the lives of students, faculty and professional artists alike.
Ben Martinez ’08 cuts a creative path from guitars and surfboards to the Victory Fridge and beyond.
Our alumni-authored nonfiction works cover meditation, Virginia Woolf and writing advice, while the fiction works feature a mystery novel and a time-bending prequel.
Each year, the Cogan Alumni Fellowship and the Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholars and Writers Program bring industry leaders to campus to connect with the Dickinson community.
Three former Red Devil runners chase their dreams in the Olympic Marathon Trials.
Dickinson faculty members are leading national and international conversations in outlets like Newsweek, The Conversation, The Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC News THINK.
Dramatic changes to routines and plans become the norm as the world, and the college, responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. District Court and Chair of the Board of Trustees Judge John E. Jones III, ’77, P’11 offers his perspective on how Dickinson will fare through the COVID-10 pandemic.
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