Naji Thompson ’19 is focused on making her mark, on the track, on campus and beyond.
David Blosser ’19 sat down with our new Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Student George Stroud to discuss his career, his goals and his interests.
Discover what our renowned faculty and dedicated staff have been up to, including publications, grants and awards.
Discover what was behind the creation of the college’s two new centers, the Center for Civic Learning & Action and the Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs names Dickinson a top Fulbright-producing college for the seventh time in the last decade.
“Timely & Timeless: Japan’s Modern Transformation in Woodblock Prints,” an exhibition of scenes of Japan from the late Edo period to the early 20th century, will be on display at The Trout Gallery.
Scholar and historian Kira Thurman will examine what classical music means to African Americans in a lecture at Dickinson.
Dickinson will host a panel of community leaders who will discuss issues surrounding homelessness in south-central Pennsylvania and their efforts toward finding solutions.
Filmmaker Amandine Gay will visit Dickinson for a screening of her film, “Ouvrir la voix” (Speak Up/Make Your Way), and a related discussion.
Nearly 100 alumni, parents and student-athletes fill the Kline Center to celebrate the new Red Devils basketball and volleyball locker rooms made possible by McAndrews Fund donors.
A scholar in Christian education and practical theology, the Rev. Annie Lockhart-Gilroy '97 will share insight into her journey in faith and education.
Dickinson honors three first-year students with writing and research awards.
"Dickinson provided the liberal-arts education I hoped to have. ... [I want] to give something back to a college that has served me very well."
Muhammad Burhan '21 merges studies in mathematics, computer science, economics and health studies to prepare to solve 21st-century challenges around the world.
Curtis Martin ’19 discusses how he chose Dickinson as well as his major and what he learned from conducting original research in Russia.
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