COVID-19 closures forced students to radically rethink their senior art exhibition, midstream. The exhibition, their processes and their artwork reflect the zeitgeist of the extraordinary times.
From launching charitable startups to ramping up ventilator production, Dickinsonians around the world are responding to the challenges presented by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Lauren Reynolds '08 and Steven Meyers '08 provide personalized video-conference cooking lessons with prominent chefs to raise funds supporting the hard-hit restaurant industry.
Students were all set to present original research on campus. Then COVID-19 happened. Here's how they responded.
Matthew Kness ’21 serves as a volunteer firefighter in New York during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
With training facilities and venues unavailable, Dickinson athletes look to online meetings and programs to stay focused.
Alumni company Bio-Med Devices is ramping up production for ventilators, a critical resource in these challenging times. Meet founders Dean ’56 and Doris Azin Bennett ’60.
Clubs and organizations are a vital aspect of college life. Here's how student-leaders and administrators are working together to keep students connected during the current health emergency.
Phil Goropoulos ’97 launches Healthy Columbia Crisis Meals Initiative to combat food insecurity caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Dickinson's Center for Civic Learning & Action launches an online COVID-19 resource portal to help local community members.
In response to increased demand posed by the global pandemic, Andy Keller '06 uses his skills as a master distiller to supply needed hand sanitizer to hospitals.
Usually during this time of year, Dickinson's costume shop is busy preparing for the spring play. Instead, theatre & dance faculty and staff are sewing masks and sharing a how-to video.
As businesses close their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic, computer-science majors are helping Carlisle's vulnerable small businesses by developing websites for online sales.
Alum's architectural firm creates protective medical-grade face shields for New York’s Weill Cornell Medicine.
As the COVID-19 pandemic unspools, Bob Weed '80, CEO of the Project SHARE food bank, helps to meet increasing demands amid formidable challenges
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