“I was able to immerse myself in not just one culture but actually in two,” says Alana Richards ’20, who had a bilingual winery internship in Mendoza, Argentina, while abroad for a full year.
New EV charging stations add yet another facet to the college's sustainability picture.
What makes students apply Early Decision to Dickinson? There are many unique reasons. For Kaliph Brown '20, he felt at home and discovered a diverse, inclusive community where he knew he would thrive.
Dickinson is one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review.
Dickinson to host lecture on climate change, biodiversity loss and the importance of advocacy and legal action by Natural Resources Defense Council Western Director & Senior Attorney Joel Reynolds
Students studying abroad through the Dickinson-in-England program saw innovative solutions to food insecurity in action when they volunteered for Refettorio Felix and City Harvest.
The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues at Dickinson College will welcome three guest speakers in November to discuss a broad range of issues.
Venezuelan piano trio's residency brings Latin American chamber music to campus through performances, small group talks, master classes and discussions of music, cultural history, memory and more.
Yang Xinyu, Chinese minister counselor for education, meets with President Margee Ensign to discuss global study.
In this podcast episode, we go inside the recent BE.Hive On Campus summit to learn how behavior change can fight climate change.
Laura Megivern joins Dickinson as the director of community engagement and will oversee the Montgomery Service Leaders, CommServ and other programs.
“I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to study health in different cultural contexts around the world,” says Brigette Stickney '20, who's working toward a career as a doctor.
Philadelphia-based artist Will Preman will serve as the 2019-20 Sylvia J. Smith ’73 Artist-in-Residence at Dickinson, give a lecture Wednesday, Oct. 16, and return for an artist's talk Nov. 6.
The American Sociological Association names Helene Lee's book on migration and transnationalism an Asian American Book Award winner.
Through coursework, internships and student-faculty research, earth sciences major Angelo Tarzona ’21 is probing the Earth's geologic history to positively impact its future.
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