Discover a handful of the alumni-owned businesses focused on artisan products, and explore the full range of businesses in Dickinson's Small-Business Directory.
Because of your commitment to Dickinson, we have had one of our most successful fundraising years in recent history. Dive into the numbers and the stories.
After a fully remote fall semester, the college welcomed many students back to campus for a spring unlike any other.
From the College Farm to the Dining Hall, get cooking with recipes crafted by Dickinsonians.
Jessica Baverman Ozar ’09 picked up crossword construction as a creative outlet during the pandemic, and she crafted this puzzle just for Dickinson Magazine!
In his final column as Alumni Council president, Albert Masland ‘79 shares parting words from his perspective as president, professor and townie.
To get the next generation of leaders ready for the future, Dickinson launched a master’s program in managing complex disasters and partnered with the Institute of International Education.
Our fiction highlights include a debut poetry chapbook, a mother-daughter author duo and the fifth book in a mystery series, while our nonfiction titles cover white privilege and the Middle East.
U.S. District Court Chief Judge John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, chair of the Board of Trustees, reflects on how important access to a Dickinson education is, and how even one alum can make an impact.
Six alumni, spanning nearly five class decades, share their career-reinvention stories and their best advice.
New vice president for advancement discusses his background, priorities and optimistic view of what lies ahead for Dickinson.