Assistant Professor of History Crystal Moten named to list of '40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire.'
An absorbing project yielded a valuable lesson for this international student and longtime physics enthusiast, opening doors to a new area of study.
Dickinson announces and celebrates Regular Decision admissions notification for the class of 2019.
Most people don’t think of Detroit or Americus, Ga., when they think “spring break.” But most people are not service-trip volunteers.
The University of Oxford calls two more Dickinson students to its Mansfield campus.
Ben Kimock ’15 researched a star system, worked on a solar air heater and held a product-development internship. He also discovered the delightful difference between college and high-school math.
Los Angeles native Ann Fogler has studied opera in Italy and at Dickinson, and she interned at the Bologna International Museum and Library of Music.
Bark or yelp, growl or howl, whimper or whine. Can you tell which is which and what a dog is trying to say? It might be trickier than you think.
Fields medalist Timothy Gowers will present this year's Joseph Priestley Award Lecture.
Chris Cocores '05 uses critical-thinking skills gained at Dickinson to chart a rewarding career in finance.
Environmental-studies professor explores how communities experience energy extraction and production, from Pennsylvania to India.
Fresh from acing the opening round in Louisville, Ky., Dickinson's mock trial team is gearing up for the national championship.
Men's basketball ends magical season in the NCAA Division III Sweet 16.
Growing up on a reservation, Ravonelle Yazzie ’17 wasn't sure college was possible, but now she plans to use her Dickinson education to mentor others and help preserve the Navajo culture.
American-studies major and John Montgomery Scholar Matt Wenz ’17 has already made a mark as a charismatic student-leader, musician and First-Year Mentor.
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