From 'Paradise Lost' to the Carlisle Indian School to Homer Simpson, this fall's public arts events draw from diverse inspirations and showcase deep talent.
Claire Taben '20 travels to California for an internship at Winplus North America Inc., where she met alumnus and trustee Mark Lehman '71 and formed a very Dickinson friendship.
A work in progress blending genre, form and time, "PARADIZ'D" is inspired by the first book of "Paradise Lost."
Melding her passions for sports and community engagement, Erica Wells '19 found opportunities abound as a community relations intern with the New York Jets.
Alette Kligman '20 gets valuable teaching experience though internship with Breakthrough of Greater Philadelphia.
Prabuddha Tuladhar '19 is spending his summer as an analyst for Aladdin Product Group, a tech division of Blackrock dedicated to helping investment managers manage their assets.
Sierra magazine, the official publication of the Sierra Club, has again named Dickinson one of its “Coolest Schools” for environmental sustainability.
Dickinson community begins to welcome the class of 2022 to campus during Move-In Day.
An indigenous studies scholar will explore ways to understand and honor Indigenous Peoples of the Americas during a lecture at Dickinson.
Whether she's in the lab or not, Julia Huddy '19 is always learning something from her experience as an undergrad researcher at the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials.
Rising sophomore Ana-Elena Karlova '21 is an intern in the Department of Europe at the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Bulgaria.
From conducting original research in Washington, D.C., to tapping Career Center resources to build connections with alumni, Candice Ionescu ’19 is making the most of her Dickinson experience.
Dickinson College hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony and welcomed members of the Carlisle community to tour the new High Street Residence Hall, which will open in the fall of 2018.
Alex Hosker '19 is gaining practical financial and client-services skills via an internship with Fidelity Investments in Boston this summer.
Sophie Haas-Goldberg '19 is gaining experience as an intern with International Bridges to Justice in Geneva, an NGO that aims to protect the basic legal rights of citizens in developing nations.
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