Former vice-presidential candidate Winona LaDuke discusses climate change and the growing protest movement against fossil-fuel projects.
There are generations of Dickinsonians behind the Trout Gallery's current exhibitions, which bring alumni, parents, students and staff together to inspire and learn through art.
Nick Gabuzda ’18’s summer internship at an Italian-food company led to an exciting study-abroad moment in Bologna, Italy.
A Harvard scholar examines multimedia Chinese arts in a lecture at Dickinson.
Inspired by her study abroad experience in Morocco and Cameroon, Siobhán O’Grady ’13 found her niche as a freelance journalist in sub-Saharan Africa.
Back-to-back on-campus residencies by renowned artists will include exhibitions, lectures and workshops.
Brad Boehringer ’13 learned about the sustainable oyster-farming industry from the ground up. Today, he’s owner-operator of a two-acre commercial oyster farm in Rhode Island.
Studying abroad in Bologna, Madigan Kay ’18 melds interests in travel, foreign cultures, food systems and sociology as she researches the booming Italian agritourism industry.
Senior American studies majors gathered for the department’s ninth annual symposium to present their original, individual research.
Just a year after publishing an acclaimed short-story collection, writer-in-residence Susan Perabo will discuss her new, buzzed-about novel with Dickinson alumni and friends in several U.S. cities.
Dickinson professors leave the classroom far below for a dizzying hobby.
Best known for his portrayal of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in "Selma," David Oyelowo talks race, Hollywood and immigration during Dickinson's Poitras-Gleim Lecture.
Read memorable quotes from award-winning actor, director and producer David Oyelowo's visit to Dickinson.
President and CEO of Rare will accept the Rose-Walters Prize at Commencement and use it to launch a ‘major initiative’ for conservation.
The professor of political science and right-to-die scholar discusses the policy and culture of dying in America and the importance of planning for it.
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