Physics major and social innovation and entrepreneurship certificate student Emily Whitaker '17 believes in the power of positivity.
The heat is on for the Innovation Competition, and with double the prize money, more alumni involvement and more than twice the number of competitors than last year.
Director of Dance Sarah Skaggs' new work revisits the landscape of trauma and its aftermath, to critical acclaim.
For the fourth consecutive year, you’ll find Dickinson among the Peace Corps’ top-10 volunteer-producing small colleges in the nation.
Student-led project brings 75 parking signs in 11 languages to campus to reflect Dickinson’s global outlook.
Why do we eat what we do, and can we create more just, healthy, sustainable food systems? A new program tackles these questions and positions Dickinson as a leader in a burgeoning field.
Professor of English and Writer-in-Residence Susan Perabo will read from her new book, 'Why They Run the Way They Do,' on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m. at the Whistlestop Bookshop.
Researcher Emma Kaufman looks at the rise and consequences of the “all-foreign” prison system in the U.S.
Applications for the class of 2020 are in, and they are record-breaking.
Kline Center expansion celebrates its 18-month birthday with a flurry of accolades.
The Clarke Forum kicks off its 2016 spring semester theme, “Disability,” with a lecture on the legacy of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Students help build a home and community during winter-break service trips in West Virginia and Cameroon.
Devy Emperador ’08 uses the "breadth and depth" of her Dickinson education to take on infectious disease.
On Feb. 10, the Clarke Forum kicks off a semester-long series of lectures on disability. Three faculty discuss the topic in this new installment of Vantage Points.
Fifty-five years after Martin Luther King, Jr., presented a speech on campus, Dickinson marks the 40th-anniversary Black History Month with a series of cultural and educational events.
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