"I hope my gift ensures scholarships for hardworking kids who need help paying for a first-class education."
"The faculty and staff here want us to succeed,” says Ellie Pattillo ’23, a psychology and women’s, gender & sexuality studies double major, who created a podcast while studying abroad.
“It's great to try something new. We can all learn from one another,” says Mai Le ’25 an educational studies and psychology double major from Hanoi, Vietnam.
The former international studies major has made a career out of advocating for children in the criminal justice system, now in a presidentially appointed role.
The case involves the so-called "independent state legislature" theory and could impact elections.
A Friday-evening, two-venue event honored Dickinson Trustee Neal Abraham '72 and illuminated some of the student-faculty research he's helped make possible.
Former political science and German major Robert Emerson ’77 pursues his passion for history as the executive director of Old Fort Niagara in Youngstown, N.Y.
Discover the distinctively Dickinson life of John Jones III '77, P'11, from his family's origins in the Pennsylvania coal mines to his undergrad days, to his work as an influential federal judge.
Attendees discuss the latest IPCC climate-knowledge assessment report as the event recognizes the IPCC as the winner of Dickinson's annual Rose-Walters Prize.
This step is part of an ongoing effort to ensure fair access for future Dickinsonians.
Denim Coffee is opening its newest shop inside the Quarry, one of Dickinson's decadeslong favorite social gathering spots on campus. Denim Coffee at the Quarry is open to the public.
Dickinson signs onto the CANIE Accord to strengthen the connection between sustainability and global education.
Biochemistry & molecular biology major Conor Wagner ’24 discusses his plans to become a physician, the international field-research Mosaic course that yielded meaningful insights, and more.
"I'm so grateful for the support system and community I've gained here," says Prerana Patil '24, a double major in environmental science and chemistry, who did biogas research at the College Farm.
Grace MacDougall '24 was among 70 student-leaders from across the U.S. who met with Vice President Kamala Harris and discussed the effects of the Dobbs decision on college-age communities.
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