Robert Steele '02 was the first in his family to attend college. He's now helping other first-generation college students build a successful future through Dickinson.
From CEOs and presidents to nanotech experts and entrepreneurs, find out what today's top leaders have in common.
The Dickinson Thrives program helps students (re)adjust to life on a fully populated campus while building a strong sense of meaning and community.
Dickinson women amp up the joy as they celebrate 50 years of Delta Nu sisterhood.
Memory, climate change, public health, time zones and local history: It's all in the Goodyear Gallery's new public mural. You can see it during a free public reception Wednesday, Oct. 13.
Interim President John E. Jones III '77, P'11, will draw on his experience as a federal judge to discuss how courts can respond to extremism.
"I find it extremely important to give back to Dickinson when and where I can."
As a first-year student, Noor Alhamadani ’24 already has taken part in two research projects with faculty and staff, tutored peers and served a fellowship and internship.
Chakravartin Sokhomsan ’24 is passionate about the arts and community-building. Through a recent internship, he planned and starred in an interarts performance at a nearby state park.
Grab your lawn chairs and blankets! Seven Ages of Shakespeare will bring some of the Bard's best-loved songs, sonnets and scenes to Morgan Field.
With data at the heart of everything, the chairs of Dickinson's new data analytics program explain why studying the field at a liberal-arts college makes the most sense.
Mireille Rebeiz explores the connections among such issues as war crimes, terrorism, Lebanese women writers and sexuality, and readers will soon get a look at it all through her first book.
Learn more about Jacquelyn Curtis ’22, a biochemistry & molecular biology and neuroscience double major who's preparing for a medical career after Dickinson.
Annual fundraiser brings the Dickinson community together to support a worthy cause.
Former theatre arts major, artist and business owner Emie Hughes ’13 creates artwork combining nature’s beauty and her passion for blue at Blue Jar LLC.
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