A trip to New York City, funded by parents of a recent alumna, brings queer and gender issues into focus for 20 women's & gender studies majors.
When opportunity knocked for Godwin Pumps founder John Paz ’78, he answered the call and his Dickinson education helped him turn that opportunity into a multimillion-dollar company.
Student-faculty research generates two articles in prestigious physics journals.
Students spend a week above the Arctic Circle to experience remote fieldwork conditions and climate change’s impact.
Holiday concerts and art-filled study breaks make the season bright.
Nine students show their latest sculptures and ceramic works during a one-night-only art exhibition in Stern.
Dale Horn '95 graduated with a biology degree but found his niche in wealth management.
Two students earn top honors for musical performances, on campus and off.
Dickinson delegation heads to Paris for the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, joining leaders from around the globe.
The Clarke Forum’s final lecture of the fall semester will explore 40 years of Cuban exile.
Prestigious DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship helps Helen Schlimm ’17 enhance her time abroad.
Seniors invited to weigh in as Young Alumni Trustees.
Martha Church ’74 is the director of the West Hartford Public Library, a career that puts her right where she wants to be.
Groundbreaking racial theorist Kimberlé Crenshaw will present Dickinson’s Constitution Day Address on the challenges facing women and girls of color.
Dickinson commemorates the 70th anniversary of the bombings.
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