Both livestreamed Republican and Democratic events will be held in late April.
Since 1977, the award has recognized an elite group of future leaders dedicated to service.
Dickinsonians gather to celebrate both the 70th anniversary of the college's men's lacrosse program and the launch of the David W. Webster '88 Men's Lacrosse Fund.
Former Spanish major Carolyn Tornetta Carluccio ’82 credits her study abroad experience with preparing her for the position of first female president judge in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
With a huge gathering at Biddle Field and sports matchups all afternoon, Dickinson celebrates the Red Devils.
The Knowledge for Freedom program aims to provide opportunity for low-income and first-generation college-bound students.
Dickinson’s Standard & Poor’s (S&P) A+ bond rating has been upgraded to A+ with a stable outlook.
See what law & policy majors are doing post-graduation.
Graduating seniors secure jobs and are accepted to Columbia University and the University of Maryland.
Pamela Ortiz '22 is a computer science major, a Posse scholar and an RA with an aim to master five languages. Soon, she'll study in Japan through the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship.
Dickinsonians come together to make more than 3,500 gifts, totaling over $1.4 million on the Day of Giving.
See what graduating seniors are doing with their Spanish degrees.
Dickinson's production of 'Little Shop' features offbeat humor, an eco-minded twist and catchy tunes that will have you singing, "Feed me, Seymour!" Join the fun!
Dickinsonians around the world are coming together today to show that 3,000 Dickinsonians + 24 hours = 1 bright future.
Tomorrow's Day of Giving aims to inspire 3,000 Dickinsonians to change lives and change the world through their gifts to the college.
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