Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Planning a visit to the Cumberland Valley this winter? Here are a few tips for how to make the most of it!
President Margee Ensign offers seven concrete steps being taken to navigate to a bright future for Dickinson.
Eric Johns ’09, a physical therapist for Good Shepherd Penn Partners and Moss Rehab and a teaching assistant at Drexel University, discusses an eye-opening trip to Malawi in October 2017.
Alumni Council President David Carlson ’99 shares his thoughts on returning to campus and remembers fellow Alumni Council member Craig Tucker ’92.
Dickinson’s first-year honor society excels at leadership preparation and campus & community engagement.
Throughout the summer, Dickinson maintained a strong media presence, including a New York Times story and mentions in The Washington Post, National Geographic, Forbes and more.
The Dickinson and Carlisle communities are collaborating in support of the Northside neighborhood, and it started with a simple bike ride.
If you'd like to get creative with your old magazines, check out a video walkthrough of how to create an easy origami paper star.
Professor of Psychology Teresa Barber is a behavioral neuroscientist whose primary scholarship is in the study of memory. Check out her simple steps to help you actively work to improve your memory.
With years of experience working to enact legislation to eradicate and prevent urban blight, Jeri Stumpf ’66 offers ways everyone can get involved in improving their communities.
Check out step-by-step instructions and video demonstrations courtesy of Mike Holden, professor of chemistry and tie knot enthusiast.
After 10 years in social work, Joy Fishburne Macdonell ’89 changed career paths to bring knitting to the masses.
Alexandra Mier y Terán ’19 and fellow members of the Office of Campus Recreation share hiking and camping expertise.
For David Durstewitz ’10, what started with a yogurt-making lesson at the Treehouse turned into a passion for lactofermention and a life committed to local and sustainable food production.
From a childhood love of horses to a longstanding retirement dream, discover the journey that led Richard Hepner ’60 to hand-carve a wooden carousel horse in just 17 years).
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