The art & art history major comes full circle, as an assistant vice president of business development at one of the world's largest art brokers.
Meet Lusila De La Rosa ’24, an educational studies and sociology double major who works at Dickinson's Trout Gallery.
A new study in the journal Health Economics is the first to comprehensively examine the impact of job losses during the Great Recession on the mental and physical health of young adults.
Meet Lia Gilmore ’25, a physics major and social-media wiz who's studying astronomical data reduction.
Meet Caitlin Blackman ’25, a varsity basketball player and law & policy major who values Dickinson's personalized approach to liberal-arts education.
Funded by a major grant, the Civil Dialogue Across the Curriculum, Campus & Community program aims to help students develop, and practice, crucial skills for a diverse, globalized world.
Young alumni who studied abroad help students prepare for their own experiences overseas, with insider tips on specific programs, homesickness advice, navigation tools, local hotspots and more.
Joseph Majkut ’25 answered 51 volunteer-firefighter calls during his first year on campus—all while getting involved with clubs, forging new friendships and making Dean's List.
“A liberal-arts education prepares you for life as a mature and productive person in an ever-changing world,” says Amy Beach ’94, commanding officer for the U.S. Coast Guard.
The college will inaugurate John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, as its 30th president Saturday, Sept. 24, during a special Homecoming & Family Weekend.
Students visiting Italy learn about global cultures and food systems while volunteering and studying abroad.
The class of 1992 broke the mold with a record-breaking class gift. Here's how they did it, and why they hope it'll inspire fellow alumni next year.
Art department alumna Sylvia Smith '73 'rocks the world,' according to a definitive new book, "The Women Who Changed Architecture."
Dickinsonians reflect on the college's master's and certificate programs in managing complex disasters.
Meet Kaileigh McNellis ’23, a history major, musician and student leader who’s active on campus and in the local community.
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