Dickinsonians discover fragment of ancient “throne of Agamemnon" considered one of the “most important and emblematic finds of the Mycenaean age.”
Dickinson will host a lecture focusing on our food system and solutions for feeding the world by award-winning author and activist Raj Patel.
“I've looked at this process like a puzzle—I am slowly gathering more and more pieces,” says Taylor Hunkins ’17, student-curator of a new Trout Gallery exhibition on performance in African art.
Abbey Fisler ’17 (environmental studies, Italian), who plans a career in renewable energy, tapped disparate skills and interests during a summer biochem research internship in Italy.
Just two days after move-in, #Dson2020 made its mark at 26 local sites through Orientation First-Year Service Day.
A year of broad and deep engagement in sustainability initiatives helps land Dickinson once again on The Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll.
Student-faculty research project makes one of mathematics' most challenging problems a literal walk in the (amusement) park.
Exhibition explores the culture of the Ese’Eja people of the Amazon.
Dickinson welcomed the class of 2020 and kicked off the academic year on Sunday, Aug. 28, with a Convocation ceremony that encouraged incoming students to embrace difference while honoring history.
Dickinsonians flock to study in England this fall through the University of Oxford's prestigious Mansfield College Visiting Student Programme.
Pre-Orientation Adventures help new students build community through common interests.
The Rev. Barry W. Lynn ’70 explores the challenges of interpreting the Constitution.
Move-in day announces the class of 2020's arrival on campus.
An award-winning playwright/screenwriter and celebrated pianist. A digital-music composer. Student-faculty exhibits and recitals, and much more. See what's in store this fall via the Calendar of Arts.
Exhibition at Dickinson’s Trout Gallery showcases Kodak’s “Colorama.”
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