Dickinson’s new Quantitative Reasoning Center and redesigned Writing Center help students master the skills they need in an information-saturated age.
Psyche Williams-Forson, a scholar of African-American food culture, will discuss her research on the intersections of food, politics and race during a lecture at Dickinson.
One of America's foremost playwrights, John Patrick Shanley, will visit Dickinson in November as the 2016-17 recipient of the Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholars and Writers Program award.
Red Devils reunion celebrates 1976 victory in the “greatest college football game ever played.”
Rob Webb '05 is inspiring the next generation of STEM learners, with the help of a local planetarium.
German political scientist Lothar Probst will examine the effects of contemporary populism on elections in Germany and the U.S. during a lecture at Dickinson.
Dickinson has the information you need to stay safe online all through National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Week 2 of National Cyber Security Awareness Month tackles the dangers of phishing.
The assistant professor of philosophy and author of 'The Meaning of Evil' discusses how evil people see the world and the ways in which researching dark topics has changed him.
Cooper Wingert ’20, already an award-winning author of 10 history books, takes local angle on Civil War history.
Amernet String Quartet kicks off an exciting residency season that features John Patrick Shanley, Barry Snyder, Simon Morrison, Richard Move, Ben Munisteri and Michael Yoder.
Dickinson professors examine how election 2016 is shaping discussions in their classrooms.
This week, Monday, Sept. 26, through Friday, Sept. 30, is Celebrating Dickinson Week.
Dickinson will host an opening reception to celebrate “History Comes Out,” an exhibition of artifacts and archival documents from the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project.
Brittany Barker ’15’s one-woman show in New York City celebrates identity and community.
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