On Tuesday, Sept. 20, Dickinson will host a National Voter Registration Day celebration featuring music, refreshments, prizes and a voter-registration guide.
Meet Lusila De La Rosa ’24, an educational studies and sociology double major who works at Dickinson's Trout Gallery.
Funded by a major grant, the Civil Dialogue Across the Curriculum, Campus & Community program aims to help students develop, and practice, crucial skills for a diverse, globalized world.
Meet Kaileigh McNellis ’23, a history major, musician and student leader who’s active on campus and in the local community.
The playroom in Safe Harbour's emergency shelter helps bring a sense of normalcy and hope to local homeless children. Students raised funds to revamp it and stock it with new creative-play toys.
CCLA's Community Engagement Symposium showcases how student research makes a difference.
Learn how this former CIA couple helps promising Dickinson students make a meaningful difference in the world.
Bicyclists of all ages are invited to join a community ride around Carlisle’s Northside neighborhood.
The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge awards Dickinson the 2020 “Highest Voter Registration” and “Highest Voter Turnout” awards among four-year institutions in Pennsylvania.
“Dickinson creates environments that encourage building valuable relationships,” says Chinemerem Nwanze ’23, a psychology major, Student Senate member, Posse Scholar, Civic Action Intern and author.
Neuroscience major Jessie Scarlett '22 is sharpening skills in clinical research, rock climbing, leadership, improv and more.
The Knowledge for Freedom program at Dickinson provides a chance to learn about the history of freedom and democracy while preparing for success at college.
As this uniquely challenging academic year draws to a close, take a look at the ways Carlisle CAN leaders joined forces during a pandemic to help protect the local community.
Learn the story behind one of Dickinson's best-loved classes, Spanish for the Health Professions, and how students make a difference in the lives of local migrant workers.
New interdisciplinary civic-education projects receive support this spring through Dickinson's Center for Civic Learning & Action.
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