Learn more about Olivia Statile ’22, an international business & management and Spanish double major, skydiver, ceramicist and sports-marketing intern.
Barry Taylor '70 is funding a new men's soccer locker room named in honor of classmates who introduced him to, and helped him improve, his game as a Dickinson student-athlete.
Girls Who Code Founder Reshma Saujani helps answer the question "Where are the girls?" in computer science during virtual event.
New counseling and wellness resources add an extra layer of free, confidential, 24/7 support to all current students.
Global Experiences provide alumni and friends of the college with a chance to explore the world with Dickinson from the comfort of home. Learn more about lifelong-learning opportunities this spring.
Dickinson Poet-in-Residence and Professor of Creative Writing Adrienne Su's newest book, Peach State, was dubbed essential reading by the Georgia Center for the Book.
Dickinson alums working at Google, Microsoft and a technology training startup weigh in on whether a liberal-arts education can give you a leg up in tech.
Week of events offers pro tips on finding and securing a difference-making summer 2022 internship.
The discussion, which marks the annual Wesley Lecture, will focus on the intersection of race and the Muslim identity in the U.S.
Dickinson's Girls Who Code club brings to campus a nationwide effort to fight gender disparity in computer science.
The Dickinson community is coming together to celebrate Red Devil athletics and the McAndrews Fund through All Devils Rise.
Black History Month events at Dickinson include a virtual discussion with Retired Army Col. Gary Steele, the first Black varsity football player at West Point.
Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss the current conflict between Ukraine and Russia and its underlying historical, political and social contexts.
With a full slate, the annual Love Your Body Week brings informative and affirming discussions, events and activities to campus.
The Office of LGBTQ Services is launching a Pride week filled with activities for Dickinson students April 2-8.
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