For Brady Hummel ’17, Dickinson has offered the rare kind of challenge that made him "a better student, researcher, writer and global citizen."
Meet Caroline Snyder ’19, a third-generation Dickinsonian, musician, Liberty Cap, Triton, First Year Mentor and Benjamin Rush Scholar, and learn why Dickinson was her one and only choice.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for music lovers at Dickinson. See photos of year-end concerts by a cappella groups and music ensembles.
Meet Meredith Johnson ’18, a dancer, harpist, competitive springboard diver and student-researcher who traveled to Turkey and Greece to study bees, with funding from an NSF grant.
Dickinson earned White House honors for commitment to service and meaningful contributions to the community.
Zayan Ahmed ’19 has big dreams, and he loves to squeeze joy out of life, whether backpacking through the Grand Canyon, cooking for friends and family or playing jazz guitar.
Through the lens of his camera, Carl Socolow '77 always finds new ways to capture life on campus.
Cooper Wingert ’20, who published 10 books by age 18, discusses his Civil War research, his love of writing and why he chose Dickinson.
John Montgomery scholar Lauren Beecher ’18 is a standout in the classroom, on the volleyball court and on the lacrosse field, and she also has a strong desire to help others.
Early Decision acceptances have been sent to the first members of the class of 2021.
As we prepare to celebrate the season here at Dickinson, we want to wish all members of the college community around the globe happy holidays with this special video message.
Students in health-studies seminar examine how restaurants could help battle childhood obesity and present their findings to local community leaders.
Four students took to the stage to compete in the annual concerto competition in hopes of winning the chance to perform as a soloist alongside the Dickinson College Orchestra.
Prestigious residency explores photography as a tool for social change.
Professor of Earth Sciences Ben Edwards takes on the Earth's 10 toughest glacier names.
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