Plans are under way to construct a cutting-edge, sustainable learning, research and event facility at the College Farm. One year after the Farm Lab project launch, new developments are afoot.
For 20 years, Dickinson students studying abroad in Bologna were taught by an esteemed singer-songwriter known as the "Bob Dylan of Italy." A new study-abroad scholarship bears his name.
During a special ceremony, Dickinson will officially rename a residence hall and a campus gateway in honor of formerly enslaved people who were also longtime employees and friends of the college.
Carolina Celedón ’22 has interned at a D.C. think tank, conducted student-faculty research and helped organize a student-run, multiple-day workshop for students and alumni of color.
Dickinson is among the groups hosting a premiere screening of a new film exploring the painful history of Carlisle's Native American boarding school.
Dickinson College interim President John E. Jones III '77, P'11, and President Emeritus William G. Durden '71 will share personal stories about leadership in a special public discussion.
Dickinson unveils a fundraising campaign to provide sufficient aid to meet the full demonstrated need of every admitted student.
Join us today at 12:30 p.m. to watch interim President John E. Jones III '77, P'11, announce the first major initiative in the Dickinson Forward project.
Dickinson welcomed 500 prospective students and family members to campus on Saturday, Oct. 23.
“Dickinson creates environments that encourage building valuable relationships,” says Chinemerem Nwanze ’23, a psychology major, Student Senate member, Posse Scholar, Civic Action Intern and author.
In this podcast, we delve into Dickinson’s newest major, data analytics. Hear how the blend of math, computer science, economics and philosophy fits the college’s unique approach to the liberal arts.
The accolade tops a year of honors recognizing Dickinson’s national leadership in sustainability education and campus operations.
Spanish major Alaina Clemence ’22 seeks to heighten intercultural empathy through translation.
Alumni couple Andy '10 ad Eliza Clark Heist '12 benefited from alumni support as undergrads. Now they help today's students enjoy similar opportunities at Dickinson.
John E. Jones III '77, P'11, draws on his experience as a federal judge to discuss how courts can respond to extremism.
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