The award is presented at Commencement to a faculty member elected
by the senior class through secret balloting.
An alumnus' June 7 address to the graduates of Wyomissing (Pa.) Area High School lauds the liberal arts.
Sean Lyness '11 visited Dickinson to screen an award-winning documentary and chat with current students about his cinematic career.
Now on exhibition in The Trout Gallery are Civil War-era drawings
from artist-reporters known as the first embedded journalists.
Reco Sanders '11 earns governor's award for his work with at-risk students near Los Angeles.
Patrick Cummings ’02 is profiled in The New York Times for the mark he’s making on the horseracing industry.
The Red Devils had an outstanding year in athletics, capturing 50th out more than 300 schools on the Learfield Sports Director's Cup standings.
online graduate course taught by history professor and Lincoln scholar Matthew
Pinsker is available for credit or personal enrichment.
High-school teacher Ryan Martinez '05 is mixing art with French in his classroom in a project recently highlighted by Voice of America.
Chad Mirkin '86 wins the Linus Pauling Award, often a precursor to the Nobel Prize.
house becomes fourth building in the last three years to earn LEED Gold
The new book by William G. Durden '71, is now on sale, with all profits supporting the William Wesley and Ruth Small Durden Annual Scholarship.
percent studied abroad and 46 percent majored in an interdisciplinary field.
Read more interesting facts about the class of 2013.
Now You See Me writer Ed Ricourt '95 tells PennLive how his time at Dickinson inspired him to pursue his craft.
coverage: Watch the ceremony, view photos and videos and check out the
conversation on social media.