Discover how Vincent Paterson ’72, a globally renowned choreographer-director, orchestrated some of the most iconic pop-music moves in the 1980s and ’90s.
“After taking these classes, I didn’t see the world in the same way,” says Meet Mollie Montague ’19, on her Dickinson experience as a sociology and Spanish double major.
Dickinson faculty and staff continue to be go-to sources for major media outlets, from The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal to NBC News and NPR.
President Margee Ensign shares her views on the challenges and opportunities that come with Dickinson’s efforts to enhance diversity on campus.
“Dickinson students are the best, and they've made my experience a great one,” says Malcolm Davis ’19, a Red Devils football player, tour guide, student interviewer and volunteer.
Leah Wachsmuth will perform biological research in Argentina for the National Institutes of Health.
Actor and environmental activist Pierce Brosnan and NRDC Western Director Joel Reynolds will accept the prize at Commencement.
The 2019 Innovation Competition at Dickinson crowns three winners among a record number of teams.
The final numbers are in: Dickinsonians across campus and around the world gave a combined 3,898 gifts, big and small, during a 24-hour period, adding up to $1,032,627 for the college.
“Dickinson is one of few places a chemist and an artist can meet in a history class and have it not be strange at all,” says Erik Calvo Fielding ’19, who values the college's close-knit community.
Meet Mike Hinckley ’19, a psychology and economics double major and a Centennial Conference Student-Athlete of the Year who plans a career in sports psychology.
Ke’son Bullock-Brown '19 discovers new pride by digging into history through Africana studies.
From her research on prison reform to her internship with Planned Parenthood of Maine, Lauren Weickert ’19 is not afraid to take a stand on tough issues.
From neurological research into memory on campus to volunteering in an Alzheimer's clinic in Spain, Olivia Lowden ’19 puts classroom lessons into action around the globe.
Daniel Ngo '19 discusses his research into evolutionary computation during his senior honors presentation.
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