Charter Day celebrates the history of the college and the impact of philanthropy.
Karen Pflug-Felder '71 spent more than 30 years in the science classroom as a teacher, and now she looks ahead as a member of the Alumni Council.
Sam Weisman ’17 (international studies) discusses what it's like to interview national and international experts and thought leaders as the Clarke Forum's student program manager.
Musician, social-justice advocate, environmentalist, global citizen. Meet the down-to-earth yet worldly Emily Preston ’19.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Elizabeth Kolbert begins her residency at Dickinson, which includes several classroom visits and a public lecture Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Dickinson and Carlisle team up as the first in the world to use new framework to measure, and increase, community resilience.
Celebrity chef Hugh Acheson visits Dickinson as part of the "Food for Thought" series.
Students pack the academic quad for the fall Activities Fair.
With her eyes on a career in journalism, Katya Hrichak ’17 has gotten off to a fast start, winning a professional journalism award during a newspaper internship.
Dickinson will celebrate the Sept. 9, 1783, signing of its charter and the college's rich tradition of philanthropy with the annual Charter Day dinner Friday, Sept. 9.
A panel of experts will dissect Britain’s recent decision to exit the European Union during a discussion at Dickinson, titled “BREXIT: Implications and Aftermath.”
Oregon native Halle Winkler '19 discusses her lifelong love of mentoring and teaching, her passion for travel and music and the person who taught her to be open and positive in the face of challenge.
World-renowned author Carmen-Francesca Banciu discusses her writing at Dickinson event.
Dickinson is again named one of the ‘Coolest Schools’ for environmental sustainability.
Three Dickinsonians find each other in the American embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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