Jeff Kingston '99 becomes interim general manager of the Seattle Mariners.
Are your donations helping to perpetuate global poverty rather than alleviate it? A student organizes events around that question hoping to inspire meaningful change.
The professor of American studies and women's & gender studies discusses her new role on campus, her latest research project and why her book 'Fat Shame' resonates with so many people.
Mixed-media artist Amy Boone-McCreesh will discuss her work on exhibit at the Goodyear Gallery.
The Trout Gallery will host a reception for its current exhibition of works by Walter Schofield.
Students interning in government and the legal sector this summer found that professional settings are as different as the people they meet in them.
Students add a fresh perspective to forthcoming economics text, which includes alumni contributions.
The class of 2019 wraps up a week of Pre-Orientation and Orientation activities by signing in during Convocation.
Students study sustainability in China through an artistic lens.
Can you track “Bieber fever” like you’d track a communicable disease? A new paper investigates the mathematical underpinnings of works in the humanities and the arts.
From wilderness experiences to entrepreneurship, diversity to dance, members of #dson2019 made connections through the Pre-Orientation Adventure program.
Police departments adopt training system created by Dickinson professor to help officers manage high-intensity situations.
A new book on Holocaust music asks, "What is musical witness?"
The arts were not a priority in her high school, but Now Yuan "Wendy" Lin '16 is making up for lost time as a double major in art & art history and theatre.
With great energy and excitement, the first members of the class of 2019 arrived on campus.
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