Members of the incoming class of 2020 will connect with alumni, students and parents at Summer Send-Offs around the country.
After attending Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Preston Miller '17 will go on to SAIS, earning both a B.A. and an M.A. in international studies in just five years through the 3-2 program.
Throughout fiscal year 2016, Dickinson offered alumni a host of opportunities to engage with their alma mater in dynamic and meaningful ways, and alumni responded in force.
More than 120 golfers teed off for the 18th annual McAndrews Fund for Athletics Golf Tournament, raising $21,945 for Dickinson athletics.
Student research project helps make local, fresh, healthy food affordable.
In the shadow of Donald Trump's imagined "great, great wall," interactive maps give historical context to immigration-reform debate.
At Dickinson he was known as “the president or a member of every club on campus." Since graduating, Rick Raymond '07 hasn't let up, running his career and his business on parallel tracks.
The Dining Hall has been named 3-Star Certified Green Restaurant.
The Kline Center expansion is front and center in 'Athletic Business' magazine’s annual 'Architectural Showcase' issue.
Dickinsonians from around the world returned to campus Friday, June 10, through Sunday, June 12, for Alumni Weekend, a celebration of the college’s past, present and future.
A new summer program brings well-known choreographers to campus to use Dickinson’s dance studio while students are away. In exchange, the choreographer provides a new dance for students to perform.
Two rising seniors will intern with the EPA after being awarded the prestigious and highly competitive EPA-GRO fellowship, which has been bestowed on Dickinson students for three consecutive years.
You may know it as the Althouse Trellis, or Quarry Trellis. Now, this favorite campus hangout has a new name, in honor of Dickinson’s most loyal alumni, faculty, staff, families and friends.
Sports Illustrated's Campus Rush tells the story of Reed Salmons '14's life-saving marrow donation through Dickinson's Be The Match drive.
Find out how Associate Professor of Biology Scott Boback's "dope beard" is helping the environment.
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