As economics major and long-stick middie for Red Devils lacrosse Nate Usich ’19 well knows, sometimes not being good at one thing pushes you in the direction of another.
On the brink of retirement, Professor of History Steve Weinberger looks back over his 50-year tenure at Dickinson.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Amy McKiernan offers insight into her work with the Ethics Across the Curriculum initiative.
President Margee Ensign reflects on her first year at the helm of Dickinson, which included the development of a new strategic framework that sets a bold course for the future.
The latest publications by Dickinson alumni include a photojournalistic look at America’s fight for equality and a fictional exploration of a revolutionary woman.
Discover the energy and momentum created by incredible alumni support in 2017-18.
Agustin “Gus” Umanzor ’12, a former IB&M major and student-athlete, can cross hiking the 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail off his bucket list, and he thanks fellow Dickinsonians for making it possible.
Alumni Council President David Carlson ’99 shares the question he is most often asked by fellow alumni.
Swimming standout Olivia Lyman ’19 knows what it takes to push through and overcome obstacles, in the pool and overseas.
Take a stroll back in time as you explore the history of the Carlisle Farmers Market, and then come see (and smell and taste!) it for yourself.
The spring roundup of accolades include a number of impressive awards as well as media mentions in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report, and on CNN.com.
Dickinson has more than 200 faculty experts who research, inspire, create, mentor, challenge and innovate. Meet six of these scholars and discover what they’ve been up to this year.
Whether its management or coaching, media or operations, for dozens of Dickinson alumni, sports represent the professional arena they now inhabit.
In times of crisis, Delta Nu shines, whether it’s the student members pulling together or alumnae joining forces to offer support.
Dickinson has been a leader in civic learning and community engagement since its founding. This feature offers a broad view of partnerships, programs and perspectives.
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