New Alumni Council President Bernadette McFadden Stout '07 reflects on how she hopes to move the college forward.
A look back at the history and traditions of Alumni Weekend.
Discover a handful of the alumni-owned businesses focused on artisan products, and explore the full range of businesses in Dickinson's Small-Business Directory.
Because of your commitment to Dickinson, we have had one of our most successful fundraising years in recent history. Dive into the numbers and the stories.
Meet Chase Weizer ’22, a tour guide, student-mentor, tutor, club-tennis player, and biochemistry & molecular biology major who's conducting research on reversing leukemia on the cellular level.
“Dickinson is ours, and it is our responsibility to make a Dickinson education even better for future generations.”
Students involved with Dickinson's ALLARM will make waves with help from major grants, including two focusing on work relating to the Chesapeake Bay.
Meet Rachel Flame ’22, a biochemistry & molecular biology major, tennis player and student researcher who's making the most of her Dickinson experience.
Former geology major Alexandra-Selene Jarvis ’10 strives to solve the world’s environmental challenges as she researches options for renewable energy storage and recovery.
The Knowledge for Freedom program at Dickinson provides a chance to learn about the history of freedom and democracy while preparing for success at college.
If you’re considering pursuing the certificate or master’s in managing complex disasters, a great first step would be enrolling in courses available this fall.
“It is absolutely critical to continue to make the residential, liberal-arts college experience available to all who wish to benefit from it.”
Learn how this former CIA couple helps promising Dickinson students make a meaningful difference in the world.
Lt. Gen. Laura Anibal Potter ’89 urges U.S. Army War College graduates to think critically and lead strategically in her Commencement speech.
Dickinson College’s Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center is the most comprehensive, digitized collection of all remaining known documentation from the Carlisle Indian Industrial School.
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