Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
A “Knowledge for Freedom” grant from the Teagle Foundation will fund a residential summer program on the struggle for freedom in America.
Vice President & Dean of Student Life George Stroud demonstrates how students returning to campus will take their COVID-19 tests.
Reimagined group will work to address campus concerns via regular meetings and a liaison with the Carlisle Police Department.
Deepening its commitment to racial justice, Dickinson joins alliance of liberal-arts colleges helping to build more just and equitable campuses and societies.
"Dickinson has meaningfully touched and shaped so many lives, and I am no exception. I wanted to and will continue to give back to the institution that made me who I am today."
Whether studying abroad, interning with the CDF or reporting for The Dickinsonian, Claire Jeantheau ’21 loves how Dickinson has enabled her to see connections across many disciplines.
Amy Shelley Impellizzeri '92 always knew what she wanted to do with her life. Then a deadly plane crash hit close to home, literally, and she realized she needed a change.
Dickinson President Margee sent this message to the Dickinson community yesterday condemning the violence in the nation's capital.
The prestigious fellowship honors student scholarship and action aimed at helping to create a sustainable world.
Dickinson President Margee Ensign has sent the following update on the spring semester to the Dickinson community.
Jackie Logsted '22's book, co-written with her mom, was released by Penguin Random House on Jan. 5. She also has a quarantine podcast, cohosted with Erin Clarke '22.
Associate Professor of English Jacob Sider Jost examines the facets and significance of the word "interest" in 18th-century life.
Learn more about this gridiron standout, who became the first Black football captain in Red Devils history.
“Dickinson embodied everything that I was looking for,” says Alice Agyekum ’22, who has prepared for medical school at Dickinson through coursework, research, and an internship with UPMC Pinnacle.
West Coaster Jackson Ohlsen-Johnson '22 is a runner, a cappella singer, Student Senate and fraternity member, and College Farm and War College intern.
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