The new Dickinson and Slavery project examines the college's ties to the rise and fall of slavery and tells the forgotten stories of slaves and former slaves who lived and worked at the college.
The new High Street Residence Hall joins five other LEED-certified buildings on campus.
Externships give students the chance to learn from notable alumni and friends of the college in a wide range of careers.
Barbara Brown Wilson, a leader in sustainable urban and environmental planning, will discuss ways to build resilient communities in vulnerable neighborhoods during a lecture at Dickinson.
Award-winning investigative reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones will discuss how housing and education are critical elements in telling the story of inequality in America.
Dickinson College faculty and visiting musicians will present a collection of performances in February.
If you see a board member on campus this week, be sure to say hi! Beyond attending meetings, trustees will connect with students and fellow alumni, and one will deliver a career advice lecture.
Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development holds weekend event on launching a career.
Damon Yarnell and Tara Vasold Fischer '02 offer parents advice on how to help their college students choose majors in a recent Collegiate Parent magazine op-ed.
Dickinson's Activities and CommServ fairs offer students numerous ways to get involved and make a difference on campus and beyond.
A Fulbright scholar reflects on the value of Dickinson's liberal-arts education in addressing the pressing global challenge of food and nutrition insecurity.
Political psychologist Joanne Miller will explore the roots of conspiracy theory beliefs during her lecture.
Dickinson will host an exhibition highlighting photographers whose work examines the fractured landscape and humans’ impact on their natural surroundings.
"The Good," the free, monthly podcast that shares stories about Dickinson students, professors and alumni, recently won a CASE District II Gold Award for Digital Communication.
When Valerie Gaydos ’89 entered the Pennsylvania House of Representatives this fall, she brought an entrepreneurial spirit and a well-rounded, liberal-arts education to her new role.
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