Pastor and scholar Jay Williams will deliver this year’s annual Wesley Lecture, "Black Queer Christian Lives Matter: Race, Religion and Sexuality—an Intersectional Conversation.”
The new Dickinson Copes series brings students, faculty and staff together online to reflect on and share COVID-19 experiences.
Dickinson's Building Campus Inclusion Week events bring students, faculty and staff together to further the college's ongoing work of building a more inclusive campus community.
London-based ABC News editor Jonathan Haworth ’04 discusses his globe-trotting professional path and how Dickinson taught him to seize opportunities.
The Historical & Archival Records Care Grant and matching funds will help preserve the story of LGBTQ+ people in central Pennsylvania.
The Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections invites the public to view a collection of artifacts and archival documents from the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project.
Campus Inclusion Week highlights how we can think more critically about the diverse perspectives and needs within our community and engage meaningfully with fellow Dickinsonians.
Filmmaker Amandine Gay will visit Dickinson for a screening of her film, “Ouvrir la voix” (Speak Up/Make Your Way), and a related discussion.
Progressive activist Sarah McBride will discuss her life as a transgender woman during a lecture on campus.
Lisa Sherman '79, former psychology major, discusses the experiences that helped her co-found a women's sports network, co-launch Viacom's LOGO TV and lead the Ad Council.
Rick Smolan '72's latest book invites readers to join the "good fight," and Friday, April 27, he'll be at Dickinson to discuss the stunning multimedia project.
Dorit Price-Levine, a national leader in building meaningful dialogue and deliberation across political and communal divides, will present Dickinson’s 2018 Pincus Lecture.
Discover how Lauren Smith ’06 carved out her spot in the comedy industry.
Dickinson will host “History Comes Out,” an exhibition of artifacts and archival documents from the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project.
Theatrical performance activist Peterson Toscano will examine connections between gender, sexuality, privilege, religion and environmental justice issues.
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