Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Number of students majoring in environmental studies & environmental science at Dickinson is exploding.
A $700,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will support new digital-humanities initiatives.
New and longtime favorites shine at Activities Night.
Living in a World of Limits: Spring 2013 Clarke Forum Sustainability Series
Greg Zimmerman ’83 creates havens for retail therapy.
Some of the nation's pre-eminent environmental advocates and thought leaders discuss critical environmental challenges in the Living in a World of Limits lecture series.
Laura Long Raynaud '01’s study-abroad experience in France led to a fulfilling international career as administrative director of the Dickinson Center in Toulouse.
Dickinson has agreed to acquire Allison United Methodist Church as the college continues its efforts to expand and improve facilities for academics, athletics and student life.
In a speech at the 2013 Gateway Sciences Institute, Dickinson President William Durden discusses the liberal arts perspective of teaching science to undergraduates.
A lifelong interest in animal life propels Elizabeth Austin ’14
Caroline Karwel '16 traces a standout rookie season.
A titillating student-research project may have been a casualty of the clash between presidents James Henry Morgan and Karl Waugh.
Notable publications include "Austin Stoneman: The Birth of a Nation's American Tragic Hero" in Early Popular Visual Culture, vol. 10, by Stephen Weinberger, Robert Coleman Professor of History.
Dickinson Athletics Hall of Famer Doug Pauls '80 advances athletic opportunities for present and future student-athletes.
Michael Lanz ’91 helps businesses optimize Google to reach a wider (or narrower) audience.
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