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Smashing Pumpkins
Students blow off some mid-semester steam ... for a very good cause.
2009 Apollo Night
Competition was fierce during the 12th-annual Apollo Night talent showcase. See who earned top honors.
Weissman Weighs In: Three-Year Degrees
Provost and Dean Neil Weissman was interviewed on Minnesota Public Radio about three-year degrees.
Gnocchi Della Signora
Students in the Global Gastronomy Group learned how to make gnocchi, a delicious dish that was said to make the Romans invincible.
2009 Constitution Day Address
Tom Ridge, the first secretary of the Office of Homeland Security, delivered the 2009 Constitution Day address at Dickinson.
2009 Semana Poética
Poets from around the globe gathered for the 2009 Semana Poética international poetry festival.
GSA President's Medal Awarded to Alumnus
An alumnus pays tribute to his former Dickinson science professor as he receives a national science award.
Finding Don Quixote
An emerging playwright puts a new twist on this classic tale of chivalry, romance, madness and passion.
2009 Joseph Priestley Award-winner
Elizabeth Loftus, memory expert and Joseph Priestley Award-winner, explains the phenomenon of false memories.
Science on the Hill
Two Dickinson students presented original research at the state capitol.
2009 Homecoming & Family Weekend
See photos of the Dickinson College Farm, a revolutionary exhibit, the homecoming game and more featured events.
Professor Interviewed by Stephen Colbert
Prof. Amy Farrell appeared on The Colbert Report on Oct. 14 to discuss whether or not overweight and obese persons should pay higher healthcare premiums.
Hoedown on the Farm
A hoedown at the Dickinson College Farm is more than just toe-tapping fun. It's fun for a good cause.
Herta Müller Wins the Nobel Prize
Herta Müller, a Dickinson honorary fellow and former artist-in-residence, has won the 2009 Nobel Prize for Literature.
125 Years of Women at Dickinson
It's been 125 years since the first women enrolled at Dickinson College. The celebrations will continue all year.
Beyond the Limestone
The economy may be weak, but Dickinson grads are going strong! Read all about recent graduates' accomplishments on our 2009 Beyond the Limestone page.
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The Year in Review
Year in Review
Relive the events of 2008 at The Year on the Web.
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