Music by the Numbers
Some people seem to have perfect pitch but are equally proficient at high-level math. What’s the connection?
No Static at All
Alumni found the right frequency while working for WDCV-FM.
Joy Verner’s ‘Generation Jones’ Does It Old School
WDCV has its share of quirky DJs, including the
college’s assistant to the vice president for student development.
A Prince of a Man
Singing actor Harry Danner ’61 has made a mark on stage and screen.
Standing up to the Future
Newsweek's Jon Meacham motivates 543 May graduates.
Playing for Keeps
Violinist Rich Amoroso ’92 sounds off with the Philadelphia Orchestra all around the world.
The Right Key
Opera singer Anne Jennifer Nash ’96 takes a broad-based approach to her art.
Composer David Alterman ’83 is adept behind the keyboard—and the microscope.
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Audio Feature: ‘You Get What You Pay For’
Hear Commencement speaker and Newsweek editor Jon Meacham’s thoughts on the current state of journalism.
Audio Feature: The Melody Maker’s Latest
to some of David Alterman ’83’s recent compositions.
Video Feature: Scholars Say Thanks
Watch students discuss the impact of their scholarships.
Hitting the Trail for More Biking Access
Jim Hoefler and Jim Mader work to make Carlisle more bike-friendly.
Glimpses of a Career Audio Slideshow
Singing Actor Harry Danner ’61 has made a mark on stage and screen. Check out scenes and songs from his early roles.
The New Journalism
Cogan Fellow Frank James ’79 adapts to sweeping changes in his profession.
From These Grounds
The third strategic plan will directly address the value of a Dickinson liberal-arts education and reaffirm our steadfast commitment to our core mission.
This was a stellar spring for Dickinson in campus visits, athletics, enrollment, financial strength and faculty and student accomplishments.
New Dance Space to Benefit Performers
A new dance space in downtown Carlisle is being created for students interested in the practice and study of performance.
No Waste, Much Gain with Viesel Production
Stuart Lamb ’64 developed Viesel, a highly filtered biofuel made from waste-vegetable oil that burns more cleanly and efficiently than regular diesel or natural gas.
Bluegrass on the Grass Celebrates 15 Years
Bluegrass on the Grass draws more than 3,000 bluegrass aficionados and celebrates its 15th anniversary in July.
Community Tunes In To New Music-Outreach Program
The Dickinson College Music Outreach Program offers recitals, concerts and workshops in the Carlisle, Boiling Springs and Cumberland Valley school districts.
Gentle Sport Builds Strong Bonds
The Jive Turkeys, Dickinson's Ultimate Frisbee team, combine spirit, tradition and serious competition.
Following up on a triumphant fall, which saw five teams ranked in national polls, Dickinson had its most successful spring in school history.
Annual Donor-Scholar Luncheon celebrates scholarships and their impact beyond Dickinson.
The Last Word
Danielle Goonan ’07 is studying the ways in which hip-hop culture has been used by governments and individuals to promote crosscultural dialogue.