Associate Professor of Physics Lars English’s new book turns “the theory of everything” on its head.
The Dickinson community gathers for a Patriot Day remembrance ceremony led by the college's Reserve Officers’ Training Corps to honor of the victims of the 9/11 attacks.
Music faculty member earns a prestigious prize to write a chamber opera on the lives of Bessie Coleman, the first female aviator of color, and Miriam "Ma" Ferguson, the first woman governor of Texas.
Dickinson's College Farm has been honored for its natural resource conservation work.
Motivated by her internship experience and her passion for social injustice, Jessica Smith '18 aims to learn more about the death penalty in the hopes to abolish it one day.
Dickinson will host a screening of the groundbreaking early film “In the Land of the Head Hunters.”
The Factory Seconds Brass Trio will perform at Dickinson.
Dickinson’s faculty brass quintet performs works from the Renaissance to the present.
Students gather at the Activities Fair to discover opportunities for campus engagement and explore each other’s passions.
Dickinson’s Morgan Lecturer addresses the history of settler colonialism and genocide in the U.S.
This Sunday on the Discovery ID channel, Physics & Astronomy Professor Robert Boyle revisits how he used sun and shadows to help solve a 1997 murder case.
Cailin Smith ’18 always enjoyed singing, but she wasn’t sure she had what it took to break into opera until a professor who believed in her gave her the courage to pursue her dreams.
Dickinson will host an exhibition of large- and modest-scale tactile sculptures in paint, wood and ceramic by artist Rebecca Murtaugh.
Dickinson students, professors and administrators join forces to help first-gen college students thrive on campus and beyond.
Philosophy and Russian double major Fiona Burke '18 uses her time as a communications intern at The Children's Defense Fund to explore the nonprofit field.
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