Dickinsonians gain insight while making a difference through spring-break service trips.
Did you notice three new sculptures on campus? Here's the scoop.
Campus community members join forces to write personal notes of congratulations for every student admitted to the class of 2020.
Yair Teller, founder of HomeBiogas, will discuss how his company improves sustainability while encouraging peace in developing countries.
As senior account executive at Twitter, Alex Osberg ’09 helps major brands like Pepsi, Oreo and Hershey promote themselves through social media.
As a sixth grader, Kelly Rogers ’10 knew she wanted to work in government and policy. Today, this young alumna has already played a very large part in developing legislation that is now law.
Scott Dikkers, founder of the satirical newspaper ‘The Onion,’ will share humorous life stories from the entertainment business.
The year between Dickinson and her M.F.A. has been exciting for Carley Zarzeka ’15, an artist-in-residence whose new exhibition marks an auspicious start to a promising artistic career.
The Dickinson College Farm hosts its 13th Annual Local Food Dinner.
Dickinson is helping to bring a national discussion on the Clean Power Plan to Pennsylvania legislators, regulators.
The annual Energy Challenge rolls out next week, shining a light on Dickinson's conservation efforts.
The Peking opera is coming to campus, presenting a thrilling blend of song, traditional music, storytelling, choreography, acrobatics, dramatic costume and makeup, and martial arts.
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Eric Foner headlines the 10th anniversary celebration of Dickinson’s House Divided Project.
Black-studies scholar George Lipsitz points to the humanities in addressing ongoing racial discrimination and violence.
International business & management major Katie Natoli ’16 has mentored students as an RA, gained fluency in Chinese while studying abroad in Beijing and already landed a job in finance.
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