First-year student Estiven Rodriguez ’18 discusses the power of Dickinson's First-Year Mentor program with his mentor, Brooke Serra ’15.
A high-school physics course blew his mind. Three years later, Sahil Nayyar '16 applies physics principles to sustainable-energy and health problems.
Author and scholar Catherine Lutz will discuss the impact of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
As the nation begins to gear up for the 2016 presidential election, Assistant Professor of Political Science David O'Connell discusses his new book exploring presidents' use of religious rhetoric.
Contemporary Russia is the focus of a lecture by the president of Union of Right Forces political party.
Gillian Pinkham '15 has traveled solo across Europe, explored ancient ruins, interned in Rome and immersed herself in classical art.
John Dickinson Scholar Cole Ahnell '15 discusses why his toughest class is his favorite and how his classes carry over to the football field.
Kaylee Mueller ‘16 was a biotech intern, traveled solo through Germany and plans to use science to help save the world.
A strong sense of justice runs through Ralph Humiston ’17, a student-athlete and double major in law & policy and Spanish with high ideals and feet firmly on solid ground.
Sharaldine Francisco ’16 is named a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholar.
The Faith Lecture Series views contemporary issues through religion’s multifaceted prism.
Dickinson’s incoming class of 2019 is already making an impression.
Service-trip volunteers help feed the global community, garden by garden, seed by seed.
Fresh from earning a prestigious Ph.D. thesis award, former physics major Ritoban Basu Thakur ’08 plunges deeper into the mysterious depths of space and time.
The moment she climbed into the college's Treehouse, John Dickinson Scholar Keziah Groth-Tuft '17 was hooked. Learn about her unusual maritime pastime and upcoming EPA internship.
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