The Trout Gallery will open two new exhibitions in October.
Renowned author and sociologist Patricia Hill Collins will discuss intersectionality, black youth and political activism when she presents the Morgan Lecture Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m. in ATS.
A record number of alumni and families traveled to campus to take advantage of all that the 2015 Homecoming & Family Weekend offered.
The admissions fall open house series kicked off with strong attendance and fitting questions.
The Faculty Jazz Ensemble will perform tonight.
Following the tragic loss of Jigme Nidup '19, Dickinsonians gather to honor and remember one of their own.
A service trip inspired Kirsten Walsh ’17 to study international environmental issues. A year later, she was running an ultra-marathon to help raise funds for clean-water programs in Ethiopia.
With more than $31,000 raised so far, Dickinson is nearing its goal as a United Way campaign pacesetter.
From a vast collection of pop culture paraphernalia to a high-impact hobby, Dick Forrester is not your average math professor.
MOB announces that alternative hip-hop artist Hoodie Allen will headline the fall concert on Friday, Nov. 6.
Hundreds of students, faculty and staff gathered in the HUB Social Hall to mourn the death and share memories of first-year student Jigme Nidup.
With one of her novels turned into a major motion picture, Jennifer Howard '94, teacher by day, might be living every English major's dream.
Science majors travel to Boston to present original research to the pros during the 250th American Chemical Society national meeting and exposition.
Students and faculty bring together business, arts and sustainable agriculture to launch new pop-up restaurant.
John Englander ’72 has made issues surrounding rising sea level his life's work, and he's getting a lot of attention for it.
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