Whether digging deep into governmental policy or decoding a literary nightmare, class of ’20 members hit the ground running. Discover what the winners of the First-Year Seminar Writing Awards learned.
Weiss Prize recipient Marc Primelo '17 (archaeology, music), plays six instruments, including an ancient harp, and he conducted field work at an archaeological site in Mycenae, Greece.
Dickinson will host a performance by author and poet Sonya Renee Taylor, who will introduce concepts of radical self-love through performance and poetry.
Newly formed Hera Society seeks to unite, support and empower female student-athletes.
Anastasiya "Nastia" Khlopina ’18 discusses the joy of finding her place at Dickinson, her internship at Russia’s largest bank, her favorite class and the power of making happiness a conscious choice.
Faculty and administrators explored new educational paths in Cameroon during a 10-day conference aimed at enriching the study-abroad experience.
The Dickinson Board of Trustees held its midwinter meeting last weekend. Learn more about some of the key action and discussion items.
Exhibition at Dickinson’s Goodyear Gallery explores sculptural ceramics and works on paper.
Faculty members and nationally recognized musicians share their talents through a selection of chamber music.
Award-winning political scientist Lester Spence will discuss the causes and consequences of President Donald Trump’s election.
Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated actor David Oyelowo to speak at Dickinson.
During his junior year, Alex Kasznel '15 crossed an ocean to present at a professional conference. That fall, he rose to the challenge again, putting his chemistry degree to work in an unexpected way.
Africana studies major Karem Mathiang '18 discusses social justice, animation, mango smoothies and why his college career fulfills both a personal and family dream.
Let the countdown to Commencement begin! The Internship & Job Challenge aims to connect graduating seniors with opportunities, and other students with internships, that smooth their paths to success.
Experts and activists will explore responses to anti-Muslim hatred during a panel discussion at Dickinson.
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