Janel Pineda ’18 will use her Marshall Scholarship to pursue an M.A. in creative writing and education as well as an M.S. in global migrations and social justice.
New research by a Dickinson College political scientist suggests Congress members' use of Instagram signals an important future change in the way younger members communicate with constituents.
Harry Qiu ’20 is making the most of his global education at Dickinson. He’s learning his third language, he’s translated a game into Chinese, and he even finds time for Russian martial arts.
Daniela Borrero ’21 is using her Dickinson education to turn her love for languages into an international career.
Recognized for its strides in raising awareness of the threats facing pollinators, Dickinson College has become the 56th certified "Bee Campus" in the nation.
The League of American Bicyclists has honored Dickinson with a gold Bicycle Friendly University award in recognition of the college’s achievements in promoting bicycling on campus.
Dickinson faculty and students will take the stage for two concerts in December.
Beloved Dickinson College studio-art technician Brooke Wiley will exhibit her works at the Goodyear Gallery.
In this episode of "The Good," Dickinson student Sophie Kivlehan '21 discusses her involvement in a landmark federal lawsuit over climate change.
To kick off the season of giving thanks, students reflect on those that have made an impact on their experience here at Dickinson.
A performance created specifically for the Carlisle Theatre, and inspired by its history, takes audiences through different spaces inside that Carlisle gem and explores those spaces across time.
A new student retreat provides the framework, tools and support to help students discover what matters most to them as well as how to create purpose-driven lives.
Students share brief presentations on ethical issues ranging from artificial intelligence to mass incarceration, jumpstarting thoughtful discussion among attendees.
Dickinson invites alumni and parents to celebrate all the ways they can connect with, benefit from, support and celebrate the college from anywhere in the world.
After a two-year NIH research fellowship, Young Alumni Trustee Kayla Muirhead ’15 shares how to prep for a grad program in the burgeoning field of genetic counseling.
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