Annual fundraiser brings the Dickinson community together to support a worthy cause.
The Dickinson community officially welcomed the 650 members of the class of 2025 to campus on First-Year Move-In Day.
This year's annual Poitras Gleim speaker is BD Wong. The lecture will take place virtually on Monday, April 5, at 7 p.m. EDT via Zoom and will be followed by a Q&A.
From small class sizes and close faculty relationships to opportunities to get involved on campus and in Carlisle, Dickinson students share what “community” means to them.
A new book club aims to keep every book enthusiast in the loop and connected with their fellow readers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A new consulting club aims to create a knowledge base and networking connections for fellow Dickinsonians.
Q: How do you get involved outside of class and make friends during a pandemic? A: Dickinson's Virtual Activities Fair.
Dickinson welcomes a noted social-justice expert to the campus community.
Student-life staff members pitch in to help students safely retrieve or secure the items they'd left behind after the campus closed because of COVID-19.
Clubs and organizations are a vital aspect of college life. Here's how student-leaders and administrators are working together to keep students connected during the current health emergency.
Dickinson's equestrian team competes at the Tournament of Champions among a number of nationally recognized teams.
Students in Dickinson's Spanish Club hold fundraiser to help support migrant agricultural workers in Pennsylvania.
From a cappella to orchestral to jazz, Dickinson musicians are making spirits bright during end-of-year concerts.
Two students, Sam Lavine '22 and Ella Goldman '21, recently competed in the Mid-South Regional Moot Court Tournament at Liberty University.
Kappa Kappa Gamma’s members build community through campus and philanthropy involvement.
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