From cultural exchange to academic opportunities, Dickinson and the U.S. Army War College are on the same page.
The Dickinson community welcomes actor and activist Mark Ruffalo back to campus for the Rose-Walters residency.
In the wake of a high-profile forgery, Professor of Art History Melinda Schlitt discusses Galileo, the intersection of imagery and scientific inquiry and how experts authenticate illustrated works.
Dialogue to Action kicks off campuswide discussions around race, ethnicity and campus culture.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and Dickinson has the information you need to stay safe online.
Dickinson launches groundbreaking project to bring the Greek and Latin canon to Chinese students and scholars.
Love Fridays? Of course you do! But this Friday will be even more fun, as students perform music, dance and even present a Quidditch demonstration at venues throughout downtown Carlisle.
Alumni Christopher Wildeman ’02 and Lauren Porter ’06 will discuss the implications of mass incarceration for American families.
The secret to Taylor Hunkins ’17’s success? A healthy balance of trust and drive. Meet this a cappella vocalist, tour guide, volunteer and art-history major with a future in museums.
The Trout Gallery will open two new exhibitions in October.
Renowned author and sociologist Patricia Hill Collins will discuss intersectionality, black youth and political activism when she presents the Morgan Lecture Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m. in ATS.
A record number of alumni and families traveled to campus to take advantage of all that the 2015 Homecoming & Family Weekend offered.
The admissions fall open house series kicked off with strong attendance and fitting questions.
The Faculty Jazz Ensemble will perform tonight.
Following the tragic loss of Jigme Nidup '19, Dickinsonians gather to honor and remember one of their own.
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