The Dickinsonian

Tsering Sherpa ’16 poses for the Sigma Lambda Gamma photo project “I Too Am Dickinson.”

SLG Captures Dickinson

October 3, 2014

College Rises In Rankings

By Hunter Tuccio ’18, Contributing Writer

October 3, 2014

In the most recently released “U.S. News and World Report” college rankings, Dickinson College and nearby Franklin and Marshall College showed the greatest upward movement among all national liberal arts colleges. There was...

An exhibit in the Rennie-Rilling Museum of Earth Sciences in Kaufman Hall. The Museum is named after David Rilling and George Rennie, both ’62.

Kaufman Museum Features

October 3, 2014

Students light candles at a vigil hosted by the organization J Street U, in remembrance of the lives ended in the conflict between Israel and Hamas.

Vigil For Conflict Victims

September 18, 2014

Program Fosters Alumni Support

William Willock ‘17, Contributing Writer

September 18, 2014

This year, Dickinson’s Office of Engagement and the Dickinson Fund, has announced the creation of a program which will foster the relationship between current Dickinsonians and Red Devil alumni. The program, titled “Devils’...

Jessamyn Biette '17 orders a grilled cheese from the updated menu and that Union Station.

Meal Plans Explained

September 18, 2014

Letter from the Editor

Matthew Korb ’14, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2013

Earlier this week, while putting off doing my homework for another hour or three, I came across an article on the blog The post, titled “Teen Editor in 1978: You Students don’t deserve a school newspaper!”...

Panel members answering questions during the “Syria: What’s Next?” event.

What’s Next in Syria?

September 16, 2013

Abroad: UK News

Justine Heritage ’14, Abroad Columnist

February 28, 2013

Perhaps one of the strangest parts of studying at a school other than Dickinson is adjusting to classroom expectations. The different rules, the different grading systems and the different acceptable behaviors have all presented...

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