Dickinson has made the decision to move classes online for the rest of the semester. The campus is not open to visitors until further notice.
London-based ABC News editor Jonathan Haworth ’04 discusses his globe-trotting professional path and how Dickinson taught him to seize opportunities.
Judge Rosalyn Robinson ’68 has committed her life to service, and in November, family members, colleagues and Dickinsonians attended her ceremonial portrait unveiling following her retirement.
Lori Bainbridge ’84 picked up a book that led her to discover unknown connections and historical Dickinson figures.
Explore the impact of your giving and how you can help Dickinson reach its goals.
An international student, an international sport, an international love for the game: Meet tennis standout Leo Sorkin ’22.
Dickinson’s fall theatre & dance performances continue to break with convention.
The first full-time director of the Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life discusses her background, her transition to Dickinson and her vision for the future of Jewish programming.
Dickinson recently announced its newest program in Brazil and the relocation of its Australia program to New Zealand.
Six international students offer an inside look at their Dickinson experience.
In addition to the many international students who call Dickinson home for four years, Dickinson also hosts 13 Overseas Student Assistants (OSAs) each year.
Nonfiction dominates this issue’s collection and covers topics from mindfulness to Michelangelo. A debut novel about a playwright obsessed with the Kennedy era is the featured fiction work.
More than 500 alumni, parents, faculty and staff have connected over a shared love of reading thanks to the Alumni Book Club.
From poetry to political analysis, academic approaches to astronomical anomalies, Dickinson faculty, staff and students were featured in prominent media outlets in recent months.
From political commentary to industry expertise, Dickinson faculty members are sought-after voices for major media outlets.
Meet five members of Dickinson’s Board of Trustees and discover some of their accomplishments, why they are proud to be trustees and a bit about what they do outside of their leadership roles.
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