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.
Penn State faculty member Rudy Shepherd’s works in painting and sculpture will be on display at the Goodyear Gallery.
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.
Michael Floreck ’95 promotes an interdisciplinary approach to the sciences as the agriculture and science supervisor for Cumberland Valley School District.
A residence hall founded by students, Dickinson's new X House includes a black-history library and is dedicated to celebrating and cultivating black culture.
Piper Kerman, author of the bestselling memoir, “Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison,” will deliver Dickinson’s annual Poitras-Gleim Lecture.
Through his internship, his research and his experience as a service trip leader, Mihir Pyakuryal ’19 is discovering how civic engagement leads to happiness and how we develop a sense of justice.
A student-faculty team researches Rush Limbaugh and the role he’s played in shaping an understanding of society and current events.
Dickinson College faculty members will perform a pair of concerts in September.
Former Acting Solicitor General of the U.S. Neal Katyal will discuss the Supreme Court, President Trump, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation and the rule of law.
Renowned biological and materials engineer Angela Belcher will present the annual Joseph Priestley Award Celebration Lecture at Dickinson.
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