Dickinson’s global efforts lauded in a new review by the Forum for Education Abroad.
In this podcast episode, we travel to Iceland with Dickinson researchers who've earned the title "National Geographic Explorers."
Whether in the classroom or in Washington, D.C., Aisha Johnson '20 is using her Dickinson experience forge a better future for marginalized children.
Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, Jacqueline Patterson, will discuss how environmental racism harms already disadvantaged populations.
CommServ Fair helps students learn about opportunities to serve the local community.
The Farmers on the Square market will host a 10th Anniversary Celebration on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Dickinson College faculty and students will perform a pair of concerts in October.
"Dickinson’s commitment to making college affordable to as many students as possible is invaluable. This creates a rich, diverse environment for learning."
An interactive Orientation exercise helps members of the class of 2022 learn to disagree respectfully and productively.
A panel of experts will discuss the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law and how it might offer insight or perspective on the current immigration debate.
Alumni will learn about the science and history behind Mt. Vesuvius, the volcano that destroyed Pompeii in 79 A.D., during an adventurous trip led by an internationally recognized volcanologist.
This summer Dickinson was highlighted in 1,464 national and 310 international news pieces, including New York Times coverage of groundbreaking research.
Musical-theatre lyricist Christyn Budzyna '11 presented her musical, Baked Goods, in the prestigious Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Festival in August, just weeks after she married her librettist.
How do new students figure out what Dickinson clubs fit them best? Check out this video of the Fall Activities Fair.
Dickinson and the Cumberland County Historical Society will host The Carlisle Indian School Centennial Commemoration, a biennial conference that focuses on the closing of the school a century ago.
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