Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Discover how Hannah Heiring ’20 and Oosie Imoro ’21 balance their Dickinson experience as two-sport athletes.
Lean more about the 2019 Dickinson College Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees.
In this latest collection of alumni publications, three fictional works explore honesty, memory and life after loss. On the nonfiction side, get candid advice on wedding planning.
U.S. District Court Judge John E. Jones ’77, P’11, chair of the Board of Trustees, offers insights into the inner workings of board.
Dickinson's marketing & communications team is excited to add four international awards to a growing list of professional honors.
It's been a decade since the Rector Science Complex was unveiled. See why it remains a wildly popular spot for science students, and how it helps spur innovative student research.
Students involved with The Hive, run by Dickinson's Center for Sustainability Education, offer tips for how to use beeswax.
Former ROTC cadet Nathan Fry '06 (Russian, English) discusses how skills he gained at Dickinson took him to the top of the Tyrolean Alps in Austria.
In his final column as Alumni Council president, David Carlson '99 reflects on what this position has meant to him.
This spring, nearly two dozen Dickinson students spent two weeks in Kigali, Rwanda, as part of the After Genocide and Apartheid Mosaic, extending their coursework far into the field.
Check out the latest chapters in two fiction series, a collection of poems, a deep dive into pet adoption and a student-authored examination of railroads during the Civil War.
Father-daughter Dickinsonians Henry Menin ’59 and Jane Menin Bagley ’84 celebrated milestone class-year reunions this spring. Learn how they first landed on similar paths.
Dickinson honored 597 graduating seniors on Sunday, May 19, as Commencement speaker, actor, producer and environmental activist Pierce Brosnan urged them to “make something that matters."
Going into the 2019 Centennial Conference playoffs, the women’s softball team had two secret weapons: pitchers Madison Milaszewski ’19 and Killian Kueny ’19.
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