The Clarke Forum kicks off its 2016 spring semester theme, “Disability,” with a lecture on the legacy of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Students help build a home and community during winter-break service trips in West Virginia and Cameroon.
Devy Emperador ’08 uses the "breadth and depth" of her Dickinson education to take on infectious disease.
On Feb. 10, the Clarke Forum kicks off a semester-long series of lectures on disability. Three faculty discuss the topic in this new installment of Vantage Points.
Fifty-five years after Martin Luther King, Jr., presented a speech on campus, Dickinson marks the 40th-anniversary Black History Month with a series of cultural and educational events.
Varsity football player David Chow ’16 led a team of students researching how feedback and goals affect on-field performance, and he'll present his work at a national conference.
Sandra Steiner Ball ’84, the first woman bishop of the United Methodist Church’s West Virginia Conference, will present the Wesley Lecture.
The new Outdoor Recreation and Education Room is up and running, and it’s loaded with everything you might need to have some outdoor fun.
Zach Leverenz '01 examined how social entrepreneurs can design strategies for success in the kickoff event for Dickinson's new certificate in social innovation and entrepreneurship (SINE).
“Dickinson has given us so much, and we believe in giving back so that others may have the same opportunity.”
From Nicki Minaj to emojis, Molly Gorelick '19 turns a poet’s eye to all sorts of postmodern phenomena.
President Nancy A. Roseman provides an update on the college, including recent accomplishments, new opportunities and reports by members of her senior leadership team.
Members of the Board of Trustees met with over 100 students during their winter meeting, which also covered admissions challenges, investment considerations, campus climate and strategic planning.
Assistant Professor of English Chelsea Skalak shines new light on the religion, politics and economics of marriage by digitizing accounts of married medieval saints.
Want to make a difference in your first year on campus? Seventy first-years in social science, science, business, economics and humanities learned how, during the Emerging Leaders Retreat.
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