'Dickinson Science Magazine' Editor-in-Chief Gloria Hwang '16 reflects on 200-plus years of research at Dickinson.
The symposium features a Clarke Forum lecture by author Dan Berger, a symbolic march across campus, a dialogue on community organizing and a screening and discussion of 'Selma.'
Visit programs for newly admitted and enrolled students kick off with record attendance.
Former Intel executive Sean Maloney will discuss the successful career and health setback that landed him on the cover of ‘Fortune.’
The history of Old West and its iconic stone steps comes alive across the centuries.
Longtime 'New York Times' art critic visits student art galleries and previews senior art-history majors' exhibition.
Mother Nature Network names Dickinson to list of '17 amazing green college campuses.'
Ruffalo, an award-winning advocate for addressing climate change and increasing renewable energy, will receive the prize at Commencement 2015.
The award-winning author of such novels as 'Amsterdam' and 'Atonement' will address members of the class of 2015 at Commencement on Sunday, May 17.
With the student-designed bike blender, you can pedal your way to smoothie bliss.
The 2015 Biology Student Research Symposium investigates many different forms of life.
ALLARM will host a discussion about pipeline development.
The mock trial team advances to the national championships.
Dickinson announces new certificate program in social innovation and entrepreneurship.
First-year Interest Groups and mentoring program add new layers to Dickinson’s supportive community.
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