A new exchange and shopping platform extends the lifecycle of items while offering up great deals.
Awaken your senses this spring with invigorating performances, exhibits, readings and residencies.
Students aiming for business and finance careers learned directly from the pros during a winter-break Career Trek to NYC. And they emerged with valuable contacts in the field.
More than 100 alumni and parents gathered at the Penn Club in New York to celebrate the launch of Dickinson's Finance & Business Network.
The College Farm's biogas project is in the home stretch! Learn the latest developments—and how word is already getting out about this revolutionary waste-to-energy program.
Through this challenge, Sam will match the next $10 million given toward scholarships, helping Dickinson successfully complete its historic Change a Life—Change the World Campaign for Scholarships.
Nyirumbe will deliver lecture addressing the effects of gender-based violence and how to find hope.
“This campus has so many bright, powerful minds that, when put together, can truly create something special." Students gathered tools for social change during the Emerging Leaders Retreat.
The Center for the Futures of Native Peoples at Dickinson College is excited to announce a film screening and conversation with Indigenous comedian and writer Joey Clift.
"It was unforgettable." While studying abroad, Vasilisa Pallis ’24 taught English to Ukrainian refugees, translated for the Red Cross and volunteered for the German Special Olympics.
Assistant Professor of International Business & Management Mengnan Zhu advises studying people more than numbers to find your way through the intricacies of finance.
Hailie Mitchell ’24 is a computer science major and co-captain of the equestrian team who's conducted research in the exciting field of robotics.
"We want Dickinson to be able to tackle as many projects and initiatives as possible." Meet alumni couple Clayton Hevey and Faith Wilwerding, both of the class of 2016.
When injuries shortened his collegiate football career, Henry Booth ’25 found a different way to contribute to the team. His story also includes a powerfully meaningful internship.
As we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we take a moment to reflect on his historic 1961 visit to campus.
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