Students reflect on summer internships ranging from nonprofit work to medical research.
As a data science intern with ReturnLogic, Muhammad Burhan '21 got firsthand experience managing e-commerce platforms for fashion brands and assisted the brands with data-driven solutions.
Assistant Professor of Earth Sciences Jorden Hayes challenges the conventional view of the cause of the empty spaces in weathered rock.
Campus Inclusion Week highlights how we can think more critically about the diverse perspectives and needs within our community and engage meaningfully with fellow Dickinsonians.
Combining the talents of Dickinson’s music and art faculty, Current reveals the history and consequences of the ways we've interacted with a vital natural resource, and of its interactions with us.
Columbian American actor, author and poet, Carlos Andrés Gómez, will demonstrate the multifaceted nature of masculinity through poetry and storytelling during a performance at Dickinson.
In this podcast, we meet Rabbi Marley Weiner, the first full-time director of Dickinson's Asbell Center for Jewish Life, and we visit the Revolutionary Challenge Ideation Workshop.
Meet Nick Seck ’20, an RA, volunteer, blogger, student-entrepreneur and individualist who plans to one day work remotely, so he can see all of the counties in the U.S.
Lucille Papile ’21 is a published essayist-poet and neuroscience major who plans a career in wilderness therapy. She discusses her love of writing and her favorite experiences at Dickinson so far.
“Manifestation and Adaptation: Variations in Buddhist Sculpture Across Asia,” an exhibition depicting a range of Buddhist statuettes from Asia, will be on display at The Trout Gallery.
The new ACE peer-mentor program pairs first-year students from historically underrepresented communities with students who can relate and help them navigate common first-year challenges.
Ideation workshop offers help in crafting Revolutionary Challenge proposals before the high-level idea competition's Oct. 4 deadline.
Dickinson’s a fun place to be, with more than 120 student clubs, groups and organizations catering to just about any interest and pastime you can think of.
Members of the Dickinson community recently gathered on the green in front of Old West to commemorate the college's founding.
How is kosher food prepared, and how can I try it at Dickinson? Is poke kosher? Rabbi Marley Weiner will answer all your burning questions about kashrut (including what kashrut is!).
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