Professor of Philosophy and Dickinson’s Thomas Bowman Chair of Philosophy Chauncey Maher talks plant minds, why Dickinson is where to go for philosophy and how the discipline can help save the world.
In his first column as the newly installed Alumni Council president, Eric Fennel ’92 discusses the council’s 100th anniversary celebration and shares the path that led him into this exciting new role.
Drayer Hall's got a brand-new look! Tour guide Livia Ball '24 takes us inside the college's largest first-year residence to see the renovations.
Dickinson’s Alumni Council celebrated a milestone anniversary during Alumni Weekend.
Red Devil softball player Jane Lloyd ‘25 kicked off her college career with an unexpected, but well deserved, accolade.
Faculty and staff had their work published in and promoted through international outlets this spring, including The Markaz Review, Nordic Asia Podcast and Dein Spiegel.
President John E. Jones III ‘77, P’11 reflects on the 2022-23 academic year and looks ahead to what’s on the horizon.
Dickinsonians make an incredible impact through their giving. Check out the numbers and stores from the last year.
Guest writer Chris Knopf '72 offers an inside look at the legendary Bradley, Dickinson's unofficial alumni band.
A look back at the tremendous impact of longtime professor, provost and dean Neil Weissman.
An internship grant led the international business & management and economics double major from the minor league Worchester Red Sox to the big leagues.
Meet Emerlee Simons ’24, an All-American student-athlete, Baird Sustainability Fellow and Dialogues Across Differences student-coordinator.
“I’d like people to know that the Trout is a welcoming and accessible place for everyone." Meet the Trout Gallery's new director, Shannon Egan.
“The ROTC program, and every ROTC cadet, appreciates your interest and generosity.”
Learn more about how student-leader Sophie Asbell '24 helped plan a major event on Dickinson's Jewish history and conducted research to analyze comedian Larry David through a religious lens.
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