“Public education should not be a place where we restrict learning. We want to encourage students to love learning and seek out more information," says George Stroud, VP & dean of student life.
Dickinson honors those lost in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
“Without support to attend Dickinson, I would not have the opportunity to discover so much about the world and my place in it.”
The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues begins a new semester of exploring critical topics.
Kirsten Guss, associate professor of biology and John R. & Inge Paul Stafford Chair in Bioinformatics, discusses genetics and the innovational nature of bioinformatics.
“Studying abroad expanded my worldview in ways I did not think were possible.” Meet Tony Trandafir ’24, a Posse Scholar and student leader who studied in Italy.
As fall sports got underway, President John E. Jones '77, P'11, visited teams and passed on encouraging words for successful seasons.
A scholarship made Sammy Garcia '23's Dickinson research project possible. That research led to a high-level internship and career at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.
Dickinson performers, artists and writers will present an array of compelling public events this fall. Get ready for these exciting events.
The Devil’s Den has a fresh look and new offerings for the 2023-24 academic year—and a more flexible meal-plan policy to boot.
“Dickinson has inspired, motivated and challenged me to be the best version of myself,” says Myra Naqvi '25, an award-winning runner and ROTC member who researched the Russia-Ukraine war.
Members of the class of 2027 officially signed in to the college during Convocation on Sunday, Aug. 27.
Students started their college careers with a bang, thanks to Dickinson's Pre-Orientation: Explore More Adventures program.
To help celebrate recent milestone anniversaries for Jewish Life and Judaic Studies, alumni and students reflect on their Jewish Life experiences.
“Studying overseas was always a dream of mine. I am grateful to Dickinson and to all who support the Nilsson Scholarship for showing confidence in the Dickinson students who study in Bologna.”
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