Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
An environmental-studies major and computer science major team with professors to probe the connections among climate change, agricultural sustainability and food security.
Student Senate President Phil Butler ’21 shares his thoughts on a safe and responsible return to campus.
As a preservation consultant, Lynn Waldo Smiledge '75 researches and records building histories, from architectural detail to community significance to the people who lived and worked there.
Kyle Carter ’99 carves a new career path leading small-group tours of Italy that go off the beaten path.
Dickinsonians can honor the global philanthropy celebration with a gift supporting the Emergency Response Fund, scholarships or the Dickinson Fund.
Associate Professor of Political Science David O'Connell examines how presidents can accomplish political goals through personal style.
Learn why political science major, ROTC cadet and student-athlete George Ladner ’21 believes, “Dickinson crafts students into problem-solvers capable of leading responses to emerging problems.”
Working together from across the country and around the world, Dickinsonians present an interarts digital concert that's a triumph of creativity and collaboration.
Hear how Dickinson and the Carlisle Community Action Network founded by President Margee Ensign are leading a new public health initiative to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Flummoxed by turkey gizzards? Searching for new recipes? Or just want to relax as master chefs show you how it's done? Dining Services created a Thanksgiving 2020 cooking video for you.
Dickinson's oldest men's honor society continues its long history of community service work and making a difference.
Students on campus this fall share their perspectives, tips and words of encouragement for students returning to campus in the spring.
Dickinson athletics personnel send out words of support to Red Devil student-athletes.
As the holiday season and colder weather grow nearer, a new public-health campaign launched by Dickinson and local community leaders encourages safe shopping and learning.
The Globally Integrated Semester combines global learning, rigorous classes and values-based education in a novel way.
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