'New York Times’ ad raises national awareness for Dickinson and its Rose-Walters Prize.
Is organic produce really healthier than supermarket veggies? What’s the best way to store produce? Which tea reigns supreme? First-year science students take food questions to the lab.
Our faculty want to meet you! In this video, they share what makes student-faculty relationships at Dickinson distinctive and encourage you to come see for yourself.
Dickinsonians team up to bring unknown Civil War figure into the spotlight in new House Divided e-book.
The Innovation Competition at Dickinson kicks off its second year.
Get campus-visit advice and unique insights into Dickinson from three of our tour guides.
As part of her three-day residency, musicologist and oral historian Janie Cole will present a public lecture Tuesday, Nov. 10, on music's critical role in the anti-apartheid struggle.
The College Choir and DICE will perform in concert Sunday, Nov. 8.
Bernd Debusmann '09 has traveled the world for his career in journalism, and he takes Dickinson everywhere he goes.
The winner of a gridiron matchup between Dickinson and Gettysburg earns more than just bragging rights.
Janine Musholt ’88 took a lot from her time at Dickinson, and she carries it with her every day.
John Dickinson Scholar Austen Dowell ’17 discusses authenticity and courage in international relationship-building and in everyday life.
A panel of Dickinson faculty will discuss the international policy, security and cultural implications of the recent nuclear agreement with Iran.
Assistant Professor of History Crystal Moten examines black women’s workplace resistances in civil-rights era Milwaukee.
Meet history major Sarah Goldberg ’18, and learn about her work with a student-faculty research project on the Vietnam War protests.
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