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In her fall 2017 Dickinson Magazine column, Margee Ensign shares some of her Convocation remarks that highlight her vision for the college.
Dickinson will host an exhibition of ceramic art that investigates the phenomenal aspects of the natural world and also responds to our current climate situation.
Dickinson hosts artists-in-residence, The Highlands Duo, for a public lecture, master class and a concert.
Zach Wahl ’98 traces his path from Dickinson to tech-sector CEO and explains why he makes a point of bringing fellow Dickinsonians into his growing team.
For Ted and Kay Gleim Poitras ’53, giving back is a gift that keeps on giving. Discover the impetus for and the impact of their generosity.
Dickinson will host a series of concerts featuring faculty and students in November.
Native American chef and educator Sean Sherman will serve an indigenous-inspired meal on campus and present a special lecture on indigenous food systems.
The Dickinson community came together on Tuesday, Oct. 31, to discuss a recent controversy on campus and the next steps toward building a more inclusive community.
Pediatrician and vaccine expert Dr. Paul A. Offit will speak about the ongoing vaccine-autism debate.
Students get invaluable career preparation from alumni through mock interviews, career discussions, professional development sessions and a networking lunch during the annual Career Conference.
The Popel Shaw Center is hosting a screening and discussion of the film "Ethnic Notions," a classic documentary outlining the history of African-American stereotypes, on Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Students and alumni find common ground at international business & management 20th anniversary event.
On Sunday, Oct. 29, Vice President and Dean of Student Life Joyce Bylander sent the following message to campus in response to an offensive costume.
Faculty clarinetist Jihoon Chang will perform works by Max Bruch and Rebecca Clarke.
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