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The vice president for enrollment management and regional counselors share how the pandemic has affected the admissions process on the TODAY show and NBC News Now.
Music major Elizabeth Pineo ’21 discusses the music department, her professors and her senior research on cultural representation in music.
Allan Farfan Canales ‘23 has written screenplays and short stories and created a mixtape about his first year at Dickinson.
In this episode of Dickinson's podcast, "The Good," we talk with Fabiola Cineas '12, a reporter covering race for Vox.
As a double major in environmental studies and theatre, Brendan Carr ’22 merges a passion for the arts with a drive to help bring about positive social and environmental change.
Nina Spoelker ’21 co-manages a video series of brief, in-depth chats between theatre & dance students, alumni and faculty. After graduation, she’ll work for Enterprise Knowledge.
From small class sizes and close faculty relationships to opportunities to get involved on campus and in Carlisle, Dickinson students share what “community” means to them.
Dickinson will preserve the spirit of the annual Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholar and Writers Program through a series of virtual literary master classes for students.
Former physics major Peter Driscoll ’03 strives to understand the planets in our solar system as a staff scientist for Carnegie Institution for Science.
In the studio arts, Dickinson faculty encourage students to be both fearless and critical.
Dickinson creatives are taking it to the streets this spring with BoDA, a pop-up, outdoor performance and exhibition space that brings the arts to Britton Plaza and sparks online conversations.
Jane Lubchenco, deputy director for climate and environment in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, will deliver Dickinson's 69th Annual Joseph Priestley Lecture
From conducting research with international relations professionals to enjoying hawk watching near campus, find out why Sadie Fowler ’22 is glad she joined Dickinson's "tight-knit community."
After months on the sidelines, Dickinson student-athletes are preparing to get back on the field, following a March 5 endorsement by the Centennial Conference Presidents Council.
Days after the global lockdown began, Dickinsonians across the world rallied together during the 2020 Day of Giving. One extraordinary year later, Dickinson is gearing up for an even bigger event.
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