As a student, he trailblazed as Dickinson's first East Asian studies major. Now, Chuck Silverman '88 is a global financial executive and a new Dickinson trustee.
From Sept. 27 to Oct. 27, there were 527 national and 48 international mentions of Dickinson in the news.
Former political science major J. Kenetha Laughman Hansen ’83 thrives in her dynamic and fast-paced career working for the York County Economic Alliance.
For the first time since 2011, Red Devils football takes both the Little Brown Bucket and Conestoga Wagon trophies from Gettysburg and F&M.
The Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections invites the public to view a collection of artifacts and archival documents from the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project.
See photos from “We Are Pussy Riot (or Everything is P.R.),” a play about real-life Russian punk rockers and artists whose 2012 musical protest brought them jail time and international acclaim.
A panel of faculty experts will discuss the subject of impeachment from legal, political, ethical and media perspectives.
Dickinson College is partnering with the Cumberland County Commission for Women to host a panel of experts discussing care for children whose parents have been lost to or are struggling with opioids.
Whether they're just starting to think about careers or zeroing in on a dream job or company, students can take the next steps with the help of Dickinson's Career Immersion Treks.
Kerry Mitchell, a scholar and author whose research focuses on religion, will explore the relationship between nature and spirituality in America’s national parks during a lecture at Dickinson.
“I was able to immerse myself in not just one culture but actually in two,” says Alana Richards ’20, who had a bilingual winery internship in Mendoza, Argentina, while abroad for a full year.
New EV charging stations add yet another facet to the college's sustainability picture.
What makes students apply Early Decision to Dickinson? There are many unique reasons. For Kaliph Brown '20, he felt at home and discovered a diverse, inclusive community where he knew he would thrive.
Dickinson is one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review.
Dickinson to host lecture on climate change, biodiversity loss and the importance of advocacy and legal action by Natural Resources Defense Council Western Director & Senior Attorney Joel Reynolds
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