The Calendar of the Arts lists dynamic public events that represent the academic curriculum in the Arts at Dickinson.
As part of their residency, critically acclaimed octet Roomful of Teeth engaged Dickinson students in exploring vocal traditions from around the world, including Tuvan throat singing, belting and pop techniques and yodeling.
This semester, Dickinson students are receiving instruction in Japanese musical culture and Taiko drumming techniques from a renowned professional performer who will hold a concert in December.
The Outing Club takes its slogan, “We do stuff,” very seriously. All are welcome to join the excursions, which include day hikes, backpacking trips, top roping and bouldering rock-climbing adventures, kayaking and camping.
A number of new “wheels” have been added to our fleet of red bikes. They are available for short-term loan, while our Green Bikes can be borrowed for an entire semester.
In the fall 2013 issue of Dickinson Magazine, five alumni talk about their experiences as creators, crafters and innovators, and how their liberal-arts educations helped get them there.
The drive to know more unites professors and students in spaces across and beyond campus.
A globalizing world needs citizens and leaders with the international understanding that Dickinson provides.
Dickinson offers the freedom to seek connections and explore your interests in and out of the classroom.
Dickinson is a leader among educational institutions committed to environmental sustainability and green initiatives.
Dickinson was founded to prepare students to take leadership roles in a new democracy. This legacy lives on today.
Students in the College Choir drew applause from rising-star composer Mohammed Fairouz and presented a work he created with the late poet Seamus Heaney.
Aspiring operatic tenor Frederick Schlick ’14 shows his range.
Dickinson faculty members reflect on the life of revered statesman Nelson Mandela.
Seniors Sara Patterson and Ryan Steinbock, who broke a school record at the NCAA finals, discuss the stellar cross country season.
Joining the family business wasn’t part
of David Bowers '71's life plan, but decades later, he's happy with the artisan's life.
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