A closer look at the legacy of Coach Wilbur “Goby” Gobrecht ’52, P’84, P’87.
There are now more than 200 listings in the Small-Business Directory. Here are a few from the travel, leisure and entertainment category.
Test your puzzling skills on this new crossword courtesy of Gil Ludwig ’69. Submit your correctly completed puzzle for a chance to win a Dickinson College Bookstore gift card!
Alumni Council President Bernadette McFadden Stout ’07 shares examples of how members of the Alumni Council have intentionally built relationships with their fellow alums and current students.
Each year the Sports Hall of Fame honors those Red Devils who rose to the occasion across the field of play. This year, the ceremony included both the 2020 and 2021 inductees.
Check out the latest publications by alumni authors.
During the summer, two Dickinson faculty members were featured by National Geographic, while others were cited in The Washington Post, Science magazine and The Wall Street Journal.
Interim President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, provides an update on the Dickinson Forward initiative.
This week's events include chances to learn about and celebrate different religious, secular and spiritual beliefs and discover ways to build a more inclusive community.
Student cadets coordinated the annual event, which included a 5K run/walk, remarks and a check presentation.
Learn more about Riley Kuehn ’24, an international business & management major and student-athlete who values Dickinson's personalized approach and the college's connection to Carlisle.
Dickinson will present the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change with the Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize for Environmental Activism.
The executive director and co-founder of Sunrise Movement urges students to take action in the fight against climate change in ways that are personal to them.
"My junior year in Bologna, Italy, was transformational. I have designated my gift to support global study."
"Dickinson ... taught me to think critically. I also learned to think on my feet. I learned to appreciate differing—and more thoughtful—viewpoints."
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