A scholarship made a Dickinson education achievable for Ruby Ngo ’22. Last spring, her piano professor made a landmark event possible for her too.
Chris Sharples, principal at SHoP Architects, returns to campus to discuss architecture, the global firm he founded and the power of the liberal arts.
The Dickinson community officially welcomed the 650 members of the class of 2025 to campus on First-Year Move-In Day.
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.
Professor of English Wendy Moffat discusses the inspiration behind the Donald Moffat Scholarship, which she established in memory of her father.
As a first-year, Eric Evans '78 worried he wouldn't be able to continue his college education. Now he and his wife, Kyle '78, support scholarships for students facing financial insecurity.
Join students on a quick tour of Carlisle's open-air market, and get the scoop on their favorite local restaurants.
Varshini Prakash, executive director and co-founder of Sunrise Movement, accepts the Rose-Walters Prize during Dickinson's Virtual Commencement Ceremony.
In the studio arts, Dickinson faculty encourage students to be both fearless and critical.
Thanks to her Dickinson education and the scholarship that made it possible, Claire Jordy '17 now helps preserve and conserve Pennsylvania waterways as a water resource planner.
Josh Rapp steps up to deliver COVID-19 samples to Massachusetts lab in the face of regionwide internet outage.
Student Senate President Phil Butler ’21 shares his thoughts on a safe and responsible return to campus.
Flummoxed by turkey gizzards? Searching for new recipes? Or just want to relax as master chefs show you how it's done? Dining Services created a Thanksgiving 2020 cooking video for you.
Dickinson athletics personnel send out words of support to Red Devil student-athletes.