Dickinson was named Workplace Wellness Champion of the Year by Partnerships for Better Health and was designated Platinum Fit-Friendly by the American Heart Association.
Polly Terzian ’17, a policy management major, is on a quest to understand exactly how society operates, so she can enact positive change.
During a campus visit, political-science and economics double major Nick Rejebian ’17 was astonished to discover that classes could be exciting. Two years later, his enthusiasm has not waned.
Meet Adam Spiegel '06, whose craft-whiskey distillery celebrates the drink favored by Lincoln, Bogart, Churchill and a growing number of fans worldwide.
The Trout Gallery offers expanded programming to campus and community, and valuable professional experiences to students.
Andy MacPhail ’76 named next president of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Today is the last day to make a gift to the college during the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Faculty reflect on the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
When you find your passion, pursue it, no questions asked. So says Sarah Brand ’17, an East Asian studies major and transfer student who relishes her major and on-campus home.
From her first semester on campus, John Dickinson scholar Madeleine Gardner ’18 has distinguished herself academically and as an active volunteer.
Kevin Doyle ’16 is headed for a life in the foreign service, and his path is as clear as a road on a map.
A 3,500-mile photography trip to the wilds of Peru was more than an immersive research experience for environmental-science major Wesley Lickus ’17. It was the start of an ongoing adventure.
At Dickinson's College Farm, plant and animal waste is turned into biogas.
Policy major and Posse Scholar Frieda Adu-Brempong ’16 discusses social problem-solving and the Washington Center project that earned her a trip to Japan.
Ben Boyerinas ’03 charts a path from student-faculty research at Dickinson to the cutting edge of cancer immunotherapy.
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