Dickinson once again deemed a top school for studying abroad by the Institute of International Education.
Professor of History David Commins’ latest book has been named a Top 25 Book of 2015 by 'Foreign Affairs' magazine.
The Martial Arts Club: Come for the self-defense instruction, stay for the camaraderie.
It's the most wonderful time of year for music fans! See photos from some of the 2015 holiday performances.
A summer internship opened Isaiah Gibson ’17’s eyes to racial injustice and galvanized him to help effect social change.
Business, social justice and sustainability issues converge in familiar settings for students in fall environmental-studies course.
Associate Professor of Music Amy Wlodarski discusses music’s role in helping people find connections they didn't know existed.
Through Dickinson Programs and Partner Programs, the Center for Global Study & Engagement offers an array of new, enhanced and established opportunities.
He’s a karate wiz, guitarist, Global Scholar, cook, actor, volunteer, app-maker and computer science major who's bewitched by Japanese culture. And he’s a classic Dickinsonian. Here’s why.
Looking for something new to read? Check out some of the books faculty and alumni published in 2015.
Environmental-science major, Katelyn King '18 has learned to question everything she thought she knew about sustainability, including the very definition of the word.
Early Decision acceptances have been sent to the first members of Dickinson’s class of 2020.
Former biochemistry & molecular biology major Jason Yi '01 has made a life of the sciences, and now his sights are set on studying autism.
Student-produced 'Dickinson Science Magazine' launches its third issue, which includes a science-fiction supplement.
Drummer and East Asian studies major Alex Dillon ’17 discusses his college-decision process, the unexpected joy of dance and the importance of appreciating others’ creativity.
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