A first edition of "Paradise Lost" joins Dickinson's collection of rare books.
An Oct. 4 interfaith ceremony brings the issue of sexual violence into a unique and spiritual light.
What do our young alumni do after completing the Fulbright program? We checked in with a few recent grads to find out.
New Mosaic takes on climate change, from Carlisle to Lima.
Dickinson's new Makery offers resources for hands-on trial-and-error.
Dickinson is hosting workshops that focus on increasing energy efficiency.
The Global Scholars U.S.-Japan program brings five American and five Japanese undergrads together to perform high-level, cross-hemispheric research.
Learn how a Mosaic led John Dickinson Scholar Xueyin Zha ’16 to two digital-research internships and a year as visiting scholar at Oxford, and why a Gothic romance novel inspired it all.
Amy Farrell, professor of American studies and women’s & gender studies, was featured in two national publications during the past week.
Law & policy major Howie Keenan '16 makes a mark as class president, volunteer, intern, study-abroad student and founder of a socially conscious business.
Acclaimed fiction writer named 2014-15 Stellfox Distinguished Writer.
Rose-Walters Prize-winner James Balog's residency was highlighted by a multimedia live-streamed public discussion of the effects of climate change.
The Carlisle Theatre screening of 'Chasing Ice' earned two thumbs up from the Dickinson community.
Zagat names Jillian Herschlag ’09 one of “30 Under 30” stars of Philadelphia cuisine.
Mamadou Balde '16 is on a journey to transform society with technological innovations.
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