The first in-person Stellfox residency in three years was also among the most sparkling. Learn about U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón's triumphant visit to campus—and the powerful story that inspired it.
Former psychology major Sarah DiMuccio '15 follows her passion for research as the director of research at Catalyst, a global nonprofit that helps build gender equity in the workplace.
Author and scholar Psyche Williams-Forson will discuss food shaming and the marginalization of Black bodies in America in the keynote address for Dickinson College’s Love Your Body Week.
The weeklong series of events hosted by the Women’s & Gender Resource Center celebrates our bodies in all of their diversity.
The artists behind the song cycle recounting the painful history and legacy of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School will discuss their project at Dickinson.
Dickinson’s 2023 Black History Month keynote address will detail the story of an enslaved woman who escaped from George Washington.
Meet Emilio Gurany '25, a history and music double major, jazz musician, RA, tutor, and teaching assistant who's exploring a career in law.
Dickinson's longstanding recognition as a leader in international education continues as the college is again named a Top Producer of Fulbright U.S. Students.
The spring Activities Fair presents countless opportunities for students to make Dickinson their own.
From Valentine’s Day on, Dining Services is mixing it up, offering special menus to keep Dickinsonians dining in style.
Dickinson changes the name of an important new initiative. Here's why that speaks volumes about the vital work ahead.
Through an on-campus course funded by an alumnus, 20 students earned professional certification that will give them a leg up on their job searches, and may boost their starting salaries.
With $800,000 in funding from the Mellon Foundation, Dickinson will launch a center and academic program in Native American and Indigenous studies.
“It’s so important to put yourself out there and try new things.” Meet Lauren Orefice ’24 (environmental studies), an a cappella singer and study-abroad student who served a writing internship in NYC.
The former economics major dives into data engineering with D.C.-based EAB, a higher-education solutions firm.