The institution we are today is a testament to the intentionality, courage and innovative thinking of those who came before us.
After six decades of service, campus matriarch Marie Baker hangs up her headscarf.
Stroll into the Kline Center around lunch time on Monday, Wednesday or Friday, and you’ll hear the familiar thumps of a Dickinson tradition stretching back more than three decades.
From spying trends and acquisitions to politics and packaging, students learn what it takes to collect serious art, thanks to a new program at The Trout Gallery.
The college’s new outdoor recreation and education room is a cornucopia of skiing, camping, boating and climbing paraphernalia.
What do you get when you combine 70 first-year students, 'Toy Story' and root beer kegs?
Check out the latest publications by Dickinson alumni.
Recent faculty publications, grants and awards.
Michael Donnelly ’02 challenges Dickinsonians to share our stories and Dickinson connections with not only fellow alumni, but also with current and prospective students.
There’s no question that Dickinson is experiencing an entrepreneurial boom. Read about some of the college’s latest initiatives and the people behind them.
Jeff Woods ’85 takes us on a stroll through Carlisle in 1905, with future Modernist maven Marianne Moore.
Meet Moira Mahoney ’16, co-captain, four-year starter, D-Tones president and English major.
When Austra Treicis and her family fled Latvia in 1944, she had no idea that Dickinson would become her home, or that she would become a source of refuge for many young women living in Drayer Hall.
Eller Mallchok ’15's love of the scientific method, coupled with her experience with the Idea Fund and co-founding The Dog House, drew her to a job with an innovative investment platform.
For Wyatt Lonergan ’11, co-founder and owner of Tribe Bicycle Co., the entrepreneurial path began on a run and led him into a Chinese restaurant.
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