Students from around the world keep the international presence on campus strong.
As a Community Engagement Fellow, Tiara McKinney ’25 helps local middle- and high-school students thrive. Her essay on being a Black international student was published in an anthology.
Meet Helen Marhoul ’23, a Russian major and Eagle Scout who enjoys studying the intersections between global cultures, history, literature and film studies.
Students analyzed data, interviewed nonprofit leaders and surveyed guests at seven food banks, deliver public report.
We visit Dickinson’s recent International Climate Symposium, where hundreds of students engaged in meaningful sessions with world-class experts on climate science and policy.
Learning ancient Greek is challenging and deeply rewarding, says Mandy Porter ’23, a double major in archaeology and classical studies and student-researcher who lives in the Human Cultures House.
Political science major Anne Fisher-Henson ’24 studies community and economic development in rural areas.
John E. Jones III '77, P'11, and Beth Jones P'11 wish the community happy holidays with this video message.
The Dickinson College Choir performs an excerpt from the final movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.
Meet Christian Gonzalez '24, a computer science major who interned with the College Farm to help develop a website that helps farms earn organic certification.
“The Dickinson community has helped me to think differently and to dream to achieve big goals,” says Elias Berhe ’25, a computer-science major from Ethiopia who enjoys using code for the common good.
What will your Dickinson experience be from this moment forward? Alumni, parents and friends of the college considered the exciting possibilities during the first leg of the Dickinson Forward tour.
In a keynote address for the Judicial Independence Benefit, President Jones highlights the urgent need to foster civil dialogue and a distinctive program that equips students with those vital skills.
“I am who I am today because I was gifted the opportunity to attend Dickinson.”
“I’m so grateful for all of the opportunities I’ve had at Dickinson,” says Heidi Beardsley ’25, a data analytics major, student researcher, dancer and maker who’s taught high-schoolers to code.
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