In this latest collection of alumni publications, three fictional works explore honesty, memory and life after loss. On the nonfiction side, get candid advice on wedding planning.
From political commentary to industry expertise, Dickinson faculty members are sought-after voices for major media outlets.
U.S. District Court Judge John E. Jones ’77, P’11, chair of the Board of Trustees, offers insights into the inner workings of board.
Kappa Kappa Gamma’s members build community through campus and philanthropy involvement.
Physics major Amanda Baylor ’20 has participated in student-faculty research that has taken her from Dickinson to Australia as she prepares for a career studying gravitational waves.
Former political science and policy studies major Chris Neary ’06 uses skills honed on Capitol Hill to aid organizations improving underserved communities.
Dickinson's new Ballet Certificate Program With Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet offers high-level ballet instruction with a rigorous liberal-arts education.
Former music and economics major Jong Ho Choi ’18 composes music to set the mood as a composer for film.
Dickinson unveils four finalists for its yearlong high-level idea competition to generate new initiatives.
Students work side by side with Philadelphia artist Will Preman through the Sylvia Smith Visiting Artists program.
In this podcast, we join the Blue Mountain Battalion on a training exercise and learn how ROTC deepens the liberal-arts experience.
Joel Reynolds, NRDC western director and senior attorney, meets with students, joins class discussions and delivers a lecture on climate change.
President Margee M. Ensign, Rose-Walters Prize recipients weigh in on the country's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
Dickinson's marketing & communications team is excited to add four international awards to a growing list of professional honors.
The inaugural Faculty Learning Community on Writing, Writing With Numbers, offered professors cross-disciplinary tips on how to best teaching data literacy and was informed by a student point of view.
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