For Rosalyn Robinson '68, Dickinson, and the scholarships that made it possible, meant that hers would not be 'a dream deferred.'
Dickinson Scholar celebrates a booming inaugural year. See what's new with this growing digital repository of Dickinson scholarship.
How does climate change affect lake ecology? Max Egener ’16 and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Kristin Strock are investigating.
Matthew Frankel ’73 reflects on his time at Dickinson and the lifelong friends he made.
The music department nurtures talent across disciplines.
Heather Lezla '91 has lived the artist's life since her Dickinson days, and now she's made it her living.
Dickinson Review’s new issue features fresh voices and a unifying visual theme.
No matter the task or the line of inquiry, physics major, musician and ROTC student Chris Fritz ’17 gives 100 percent, so he can “be all that he can be.”
Emily Lehman '14 reflects on a year of creating and mentoring as part of her post-bac residency.
Songwriter and DJ Kerin Maguire '17 is an English major with an ear for beat poetry, the piano and the legendary Man in Black.
Whether she's working with campus sustainability and religious groups, interning on Capitol Hill or simply loving her classes, Shayna Solomon '16 grabs activism and political science by the horns.
Meet Cole Rinehart '17, a history buff, "borderline-obsessive" runner, John Dickinson Scholar and certified EMT with plans to go into medicine.
Dickinson is once again among the Top 10 energy-conserving colleges in the nation.
From Dickinson to Georgetown to Princeton, Allison Hall ’10 carves a rewarding path in molecular biology.
What do our choices say about us? Biology major and track-and-field standout Aphnie Germain '17 ponders this and reflects on an important lesson learned.
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