Dickinson honors four students for excellence in writing and research.
Q&As with Michael Bloom ‘69 and Susan Miller ‘81, two current members of Dickinson's board of trustees.
Alumni Council President Bernadette McFadden Stout ’07 shares how she and several other alumni have found value and connection through affinity groups.
More than 50 descendants and representatives of the Spradley, Young and Pinkney families from across the country, as well as members of the Dickinson community, attended the November event.
Dickinson’s new African American Alumni Association and LGBTQ affinity groups, initiated and led by alumni, provide avenues to get to know and share expertise with fellow alumni.
Explore a sampling of alumni-owned business from the health, wellness and self-care category.
Dickinson athletes have earned countless accolades over the decades, but it wasn’t until 2021 that a field hockey player garnered a CC Player of the Year title. Meet Hannah Spiri '22.
While Dickinson faculty and staff have a consistent presence in outlets like The Wall Street Journal and NBC News, this fall they also were featured in TeenLife, Vogue and The National Law Review.
President John E. Jones III ‘77, P’11, reflects on his time as interim present and his plans for the future.
Discover how your collective support of Dickinson makes a difference, and how you can still contribute to keep moving Dickinson forward.
Meet Alexander Strachan ’13 and find out how and why he made the move from music to law enforcement.
Dickinson physics students team with Priestley Award winner and bestselling author Steven Strogatz to study the physics of synchronization using metronomes.
In this podcast, we visit Dickinson College Farm Works, a new store that brings education, entrepreneurship and farm-to-table food from the College Farm directly to downtown Carlisle.
Students present original scientific research on everything from the geoarchaeology of stone steps to the impact of climate change on snapping turtles.
Dickinson's long history of Fulbright success continues with students becoming English Teaching Assistants across Europe and in Brazil.
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