Hedvika Suchankova '19 is not afraid to let her passion for athletics take her around the globe.
Denise Bauer '85, dean of liberal arts and food studies at the Culinary Institute of America, shares her experience with building a liberal arts curriculum in an unexpected setting.
Michael Donnelly '02, Alumni Council president, challenges Dickinsonians to capitalize on their connections.
This November, Cross Country and Track and Field Coach Don Nichter will be inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.
Read the entire conversation from the food studies faculty roundtable.
Is there more to debate-night social media posts than fact-checks, rants and Ken Bone memes? Two Dickinson professors are looking into it, as part of this semester’s FaculTea series.
The annual International Fellows Reception hosts a wide range of guests, from military to academic.
Elon Gordon ’17 (physics, 3-2 engineering) talks internships, solar air heaters, entrepreneurism, Student Senate, Richard Feynman and the value of "yes."
Computer musician, percussionist and storyteller Patrick Long will present a concert of performance-driven multimedia works.
A new book, co-edited by a professor and with contributions by fellow Dickinsonians, highlights a once-forgotten historic structure in Carlisle and its deep significance in Native American history.
Alumni from around the world returned to campus this weekend to network and help students chart their paths beyond the limestone walls.
Rob Webb '05 is inspiring the next generation of STEM learners, with the help of a local planetarium.
Driven by her abiding passion for the public health field, Annie Nagy '99 has spent years helping underserved populations.
Environmental studies and Italian studies double major Abbey Fisler '17 is well on her way to a career in renewable fuels.
After writing a paper about town-gown relations, Jackie Joyce ’19 has a front-row seat to the action, as honorary member of the Carlisle Borough Council.
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