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What can you do with a Dickinson liberal-arts education? Let's hear from some of the people who know best—our alumni.
Take a sneak peek at what's inside the winter 2018 issue of Dickinson Magazine.
Dickinson fosters global learning through language study, cultural immersion and a global curriculum on campus and around the world.
Dickinson's approach to sustainability makes this pressing issue a part of every student’s education.
Dickinson's distinctive, immersive interdisciplinary research courses, known as Global Mosaics, tackle contemporary concerns and issues, in local communities and across the world.
Students and alumni find common ground at international business & management 20th anniversary event.
Dickinson uses music to make a difference in the local community.
Ashley Morefield ’18 interns at STAND in Washington, D.C., combating genocide and mass atrocities.
The Hive provides students a firsthand look at sustainability and ecology issues.
Spend some time on the Susquehanna River with Roy Rogers ’75, who captains a riverboat launching from City Island daily.
Graduating seniors reflect on the Dickinson experience and look ahead to how they will effect change in the wider world.
Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards takes on the Earth's 10 toughest glacier names.
Nearly 70 years after graduating, Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient Tom Lacek '48 returns to campus and Biddle Field for Homecoming & Family Weekend.
Ted Hinnenkamp '16 goes pro in Spanish basketball league.
Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards walks us through how to say the Earth's 10 toughest volcano names.
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