Dickinson has received more than $75,000 in rebates for its energy-saving improvements.
Last year, Rachael Smith ’16 founded an organization, held two internships and three jobs, earned the Weiss Prize and directed a choir. What will senior year bring?
A Cameroonian who came to Dickinson through a community-college partnership, Madonna Enwe '16 has a bright future in neuroscience and creative writing. Discover her work, worldview and wisdom.
Stefanie D. Niles joined Dickinson July 6 as the new vice president for enrollment, marketing and communications.
Student-faculty summer research experiments with memory to take a new look at Alzheimer’s.
Held rain or shine, the event is free and open to the public.
Student-faculty research combines molecular genetics and mathematics to study leukemia.
Two Dickinson programs draw accolades at international educational-technology conference.
'Mr. Dickinson' Ben James '34 remembered for life filled with achievements and dedication to the college. Look for and submit to a tribute in the fall issue of Dickinson Magazine.
Student-faculty research explores the therapeutic properties of daisies.
Dickinson was named Workplace Wellness Champion of the Year by Partnerships for Better Health and was designated Platinum Fit-Friendly by the American Heart Association.
Polly Terzian ’17, a policy management major, is on a quest to understand exactly how society operates, so she can enact positive change.
During a campus visit, political-science and economics double major Nick Rejebian ’17 was astonished to discover that classes could be exciting. Two years later, his enthusiasm has not waned.
Meet Adam Spiegel '06, whose craft-whiskey distillery celebrates the drink favored by Lincoln, Bogart, Churchill and a growing number of fans worldwide.
The Trout Gallery offers expanded programming to campus and community, and valuable professional experiences to students.
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