President John E. Jones III ‘77, P’11, reflects on his time as interim present and his plans for the future.
Discover how your collective support of Dickinson makes a difference, and how you can still contribute to keep moving Dickinson forward.
Meet Alexander Strachan ’13 and find out how and why he made the move from music to law enforcement.
Dickinson physics students team with Priestley Award winner and bestselling author Steven Strogatz to study the physics of synchronization using metronomes.
Dickinson alumnus, parent, former trustee and interim President John E. Jones III '77, P'11, has been named the college’s 30th president, removing the interim title.
Two friends promised each other they would stick with the computer science major, no matter how tough things got. We’ll hear how they expanded their commitment to support more women in tech.
Meet Will Giguere ’23, an international business & management and Italian studies double major who taught basic economics to Italian high-schoolers while studying abroad.
Dickinson's senior-project production of 'Proof' uses humor and intellect to portray a story of family, legacy and math.
When escalating violence and war back home threaten students' ability to stay at Dickinson, the Conflict Zone Student Support Fund helps keep their dreams within reach.
Men's and women's Red Devils finish the regular season with wins to start the playoffs with momentum.
Meet Daisheau Player ’22, a chemistry major who's already landed a post-graduation job conducting liver-transplant research at the Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery.
A panel of experts will discuss the nature of war, peace and justice during this special event.
Learn more about this gridiron standout, who became the first Black football captain in Red Devils history.
"Most of the history classes offer hands-on activities ... which I find really cool," says William Farrell '23, a history major and proud member of Dickinson's men's lacrosse team
Dickinson's Winfield C. Cook Constitution Day Program examines the stresses on American democracy.
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