Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Take a sneak peek at what's inside the winter 2018 issue of Dickinson Magazine.
Now more than six months into her presidency, Margee Ensign’s presence and passion continue to be felt across campus and in the Dickinson community around the world.
Learn about progress toward Dickinson Fund goals halfway through the fiscal year, and discover how you can still make a gift that matters this year.
Bud Sturmak ’95 ties sustainability to the bottom line with BlueSky Investment Management.
John Slike ’51 remembers his basketball games at Dickinson in all their detail, despite half a century of separation. He spent his life in and on the court with Dickinsonians all around him.
Discover how Lauren Smith ’06 carved out her spot in the comedy industry.
Dickinson faculty and administrators are frequently in the spotlight, including recent mentions in The Washington Post, The New York Times and National Geographic and on the WeatherChannel.com.
Patricia Collins ’71 and Hunter Tuccio ’18 might seem like an unlikely duo, but their connections through Dickinson have proven beneficial to both.
Alumni Council President David Carlson ’99 shares the value he sees in engaging with the Dickinson community.
Track and field runner Bakary Samasa ’19 hasn’t let an injury keep him on the sidelines. Discover how he’s staying involved in athletics and connecting his sport to his studies.
The Department of Theatre & Dance’s fall productions broke the mold in low- and high-tech ways.
The latest publications by Dickinson alumni include the eighth installment in a mystery series, lessons from a cancer survivor and a faith-based look at disagreement.
In this Pinterest/Tasty/DIY world, sharing tips and tricks has become the trend. Discover how Colleen Frerichs '17 crafted the winter cover, and how you can contribute your "how to."
While researching and writing the First-Year Seminar 101 article, Alexander Bossakov ’20 was inspired to pen this firsthand perspective on how his FYS influenced him.
Graduating ROTC cadets Hayley Murdough ’18 and Ellis Johnson ’18 are reaching new heights.
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