Speakers and events celebrate Earth Day by shining a light on faith and sustainability.
Just in time for Earth Day, Dickinson is named one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation.
Theatrical-performance activist Peterson Toscano will headline two events that explore global warming, spirituality and other social issues.
‘Parade' magazine highlights the College Farm in its special Earth Day Across America feature.
A black belt in karate with a passion for advocacy and sustainable farming, Kaitlin Soriano ’15 discusses the beauty of impermanence and the value of positivity, food education and simplicity.
Professor of English Wendy Moffat Receives Prestigious American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship.
The College Choir tackles Beethoven's sublime Ninth Symphony from many angles, as it prepares to perform onstage with the Hershey Symphony Orchestra.
Islamic-studies scholar Akbar Ahmed will discuss relations between the West and the World of Islam after 9/11.
A scholar with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum will discuss the ongoing pursuit of Nazi criminals.
Student experiences illustrate the transformative power of what is at the core of our educational model.
Meet national track and field star Champion Goldy '43, who's collecting accolades well into his 10th decade.
Bluegrass on the Grass celebrates its 20th anniversary on July 11.
Whether in times of stress or as informal riffs on a theme, these students make art a communal act.
Day of Giving puts crowdfunding to work for the Dickinson Fund.
Dickinson faculty share their stories about the collaborative spirit nurtured in the classroom and beyond, leading to new ideas, new research, new world views.
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