Do you know of a high school student who might be a good fit for Dickinson? Go beyond just telling them about your alma mater—submit a referral!
In her fall 2017 Dickinson Magazine column, Margee Ensign shares some of her Convocation remarks that highlight her vision for the college.
For Ted and Kay Gleim Poitras ’53, giving back is a gift that keeps on giving. Discover the impetus for and the impact of their generosity.
How much has changed during the last 50, 100 years? We scoured headlines, yearbooks, magazines, Pew Research studies and our archives to mine a few touchstones for the classes of 1917, 1967 and 2017.
In her first Dickinson Magazine column as our 29th president, Margee Ensign shares some of the reasons why she chose Dickinson.
Tarun "Ty" Saini '93 on the enduring qualities he sees in endurance sports, and the people who pursue them.
In his final column as Alumni Council president, Michael Donnelly '02 offers a few parting points of pride and encourages continued engagement.
Brad Fordyce has been tapped to lead the Red Devil football team. Find out more about his background, his philosophy and his vision for the program.
Meet scholar-athletes, co-captains and best friends Madison Parks ’17 and Joana Nunes ’17.
From memoir to murder mystery, check out some of the most recent books published by Dickinson alumni.
Several distinguished scholars and public figures came to Dickinson during the spring semester to accept a named lectureship award and engage with the Dickinson community.
As he returns to his role as provost and dean of the college, Neil Weissman reflects on his year as interim president and looks ahead to a bright future for Dickinson.
Editor Lauren Davidson shares a look at her history with Dickinson Magazine and some plans for this flagship publication.
For seniors at Dickinson, completing the requirements for a major is a distinctive and valuable experience.
Students, faculty and staff alike frequently step outside of Dickinson’s limestone walls and drive or bike the short distance from campus to the Appalachian Trail.
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