Day of Giving kicks off today, asking the Dickinson community to come together to make 2,020 gifts to the college in a single day.
Dickinson students, faculty and staff will gather with family members during a Sunday-afternoon service in Allison Hall.
Sports psychologist Mitch Abrams delves into the realities of anger and violence in sports.
Four seniors land Fulbright ETAs and will soon head to Germany, Indonesia and Spain.
During her visit to Dickinson, Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza discusses hashtags, racism and next steps in the social justice movement.
The Dickinson Collegium and Orchestra unite for a combined concert.
Dickinson's second Day of Giving, Tuesday, April 19, seeks to make history for a second time by inspiring the Dickinson community to make 2,020 gifts to the college in a single day.
Award-winning artist Mary Miss will present The Jane L. and Robert H. Weiner Lecture in the Fine Arts.
Scholar and filmmaker Karen Nakamura will discuss the impact of the global disability-rights movement.
Erik Pages '83, founder and president of EntreWorks Consulting, an economic and policy development consulting firm, helps struggling communities not just survive, but thrive.
Christine Keilhauer Wilson ’93, founder and vice president of Antigua International School, witnesses the power of education every day.
A tech startup veteran, Dave Wechsler ’93 founded his first company in 1994, which he later sold in 1999. He’s currently running his fifth startup.
Not everyone decides to launch a business while studying for the bar exam, but co-founder and CEO of Lazyjack Press Miriam Zelinsky ’06 managed to do just that.
Hannah Huber '02 launched Amsterdam Academy as an opportunity for Americans living in Amsterdam to connect with local culture, ideas and innovators.
Co-founder of Bully Boy Distillers Heather Willis ’98 may have big-city ties—from Boston to Washington, D.C. to Hong Kong—but her family business maintains small-batch values.
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