The public is invited to The Trout Gallery for “Twilight at the Trout,” a series of lectures and family activities related to current exhibitions and works of art.
This spring's public arts events include three major anniversary celebrations, the first staged Dickinson opera in two decades and thought-provoking social-justice works. See video to learn more.
Bestselling author and scholar of history and international relations Ibram X. Kendi will discuss ways to understand, explain and solve the seemingly intractable problems of racial inequality.
Lynn Pasquerella, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, will discuss civic engagement and American educational institutions in a lecture at Dickinson.
In this podcast, we look at how Dickinsonians are charting a course for a financially fit future with the First-Year Seminar called Paying the Game of Life.
"For as long as I’ve been a Dickinsonian, I have seen our school’s commitment to continuous improvement. We should embrace those goals as our own and contribute in as many ways as we can."
Psychology course uses Oculus Quest VR headsets to create more realistic experiments in controlled environments.
Former history major Kara Getz ’93 works to effect change as chief counsel to the chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Ways & Means Committee.
In advance of the storm forecasted for this weekend, residential facilities will open to students at 9 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 17, rather than our scheduled opening of Saturday morning.
Jacob DeCarli ’22 has already published articles in an Italian-American magazine in two languages. Learn more about how Dickinson is feeding his passions for journalism, languages and world politics.
Meet Brianna Geesaman ’21, who’s merging business with Italian studies and making the most of her year abroad in Italy by singing in the university choir, tutoring in English and volunteering.
International business & management major Matei Mares ’21 co-founded a nonprofit that helps international high school students prepare for college in the U.S.
Hannah Youmans ’22, winner of the Metropolitan Opera NCA Encouragement Award, discusses why she chose to major in music and Italian at Dickinson as well as her favorite experiences in and out of class
Students in Dickinson's Spanish Club hold fundraiser to help support migrant agricultural workers in Pennsylvania.
"My Dickinson education has been invaluable to me ... [and] I want to support other students coming behind."
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