Summer is a great time for students to branch out, but for middle-schoolers, the options are limited. Enter CONNECT, a camp that’s more than doubled in attendance since 2009.
Carlisle lands on another “best of” list, highlighting the lasting appeal of the town Dickinson calls home.
Summer just wouldn’t be summer without hundreds of young dancers on campus.
Dickinson becomes a certified StormReady Supporter institution, helping the community stay ahead of extreme weather events.
Dickinson receives $650,000 Mellon Foundation Grant to launch a four-year civic learning and engagement initiative.
Grazing on the lawn of the Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson’s favorite bovine is back.
Two students explain their research on potential treatments of neglected tropical diseases, which are transmitted by bug bites and affect citizens of developing nations.
Alumna's breakout picture book, dubbed "clever" (New York Times) and "utterly irresistible" (Bookpage), launches promising literary career.
Embracing Dickinson’s liberal-arts mission, software giant Epic Systems is home to a dozen alumni from diverse, and unexpected, disciplines.
Abolitionist and author Moncure Conway, class of 1849, inspires an international quest.
Although the value of a philosophy major is clear for those who study the discipline, for many others it seems puzzling.
Latino students at Dickinson navigate new communities, find sources of empowerment.
Interim President Neil B. Weissman looks to the year ahead while celebrating current successes.
When Strong Towns launched a national competition, Carlisle and Dickinson leaders thought, why not us?
Meet Kirk Swenson, Dickinson’s new vice president for college advancement.
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