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."
Coach Zingman earns huge honor in his third year at the helm of Red Devils women's soccer.
Music major Abby Duell '20 says Dickinson has been the perfect place to "pursue music at a high level while also exploring my love of the outdoors and the environment.”
The Historical & Archival Records Care Grant and matching funds will help preserve the story of LGBTQ+ people in central Pennsylvania.
During an internship at Warner Bros., Erik Gomez ’22 provided Spanish translations for the TV show Friends. His ultimate goal: to secure greater Latinx representation in the entertainment industry.
From exploring seagrass beds and mangrove forests in Turks and Caicos to sharing her experiences as a Global Ambassador, Delaney Koch ’20 is making the most of her Dickinson experience.
Dickinson offers Leah Blatt ’22 the rare opportunity to merge professional ballet training and an international business education with the liberal arts.
Olivia Bailey '18 embraces "beautiful and breathtaking" experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer in a Botswana health clinic.
From a cappella to orchestral to jazz, Dickinson musicians are making spirits bright during end-of-year concerts.
Students and faculty reflect on an immersive global, semesterlong course exploring the Rwandan genocide and recovery through on-the-ground original research.
Robots, food justice, modern art, pseudoscience, big data, music, medicine and more. There was a First-Year Seminar for every interest this year.
Actor, theatre professor and former dramatic arts major Ashley Harrison Smith ’92 turned his creativity toward writing, becoming an award-winning author of thrillers.
Using specially trained dogs, former biology and Spanish major Mairi Poisson ’16 works to conserve wildlife for future generations as a field research scientist for Rogue Detection Teams.
President Margee Ensign invites you to look back on a year of impact on campus, in the local community and around the world.
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