"Pocatello" brings a distinctive, new voice to Mathers Theatre in this darkly comic Mermaid Players production.
Christopher Wildeman ’02 has found his niche studying the impact of mass incarceration on childhood inequality.
To help children feel comfortable reading aloud, Professor of Psychology Marie Helweg-Larsen takes her therapy dog to a local after-school program for fun exercises.
Lauren Porter ’06’s Dickinson experience took her from wanting to "bust the bad guys" to wanting to understand them.
New this fall, the Middle East studies program is sponsoring a film series at the Carlisle Theatre. Catch the first film on Thursday, Oct. 29.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month wraps up with tips for securing your mobile device.
Dickinson’s first Sustainability Report highlights the college's sustainability achievements of the past year and the backdrop from which they emerged.
The South Africa Race and Education Mosaic bridges two educational systems worlds apart.
Faculty members will discuss the many implications of the Syrian refugee crisis and how world powers are responding in an Oct. 26 panel event.
Acclaimed scientist and mathematician Steven Strogatz probes everyday mysteries during a two-day residency on campus.
Clarke Forum lecture will explore race, suspicion and police-civilian encounters.
The Clarke Forum will present a timely lecture that looks at the nature of negative political advertising.
The Clarke Forum continues its series on inequality and mass incarceration with a talk on prison systems and the mentally ill.
Dickinson celebrates landmark year with two-day celebration in D.C. featuring alumni and faculty lectures as well as tasty special events.
Marie-Noelle Nwokolo '16 and Julie Vastine named 2015 Campus Sustainability Champions.
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