• Dean Spotlight: Dean News Network

    Are you looking to start a new club? Here at Dean College our students take the initiative to form their own, based on their interests. Communications majors Seth Von Schmidt ’20, Luke Smith ’21 and Jaime Sweeney ’21 were looking for an outlet to continue to work on their video production skills outside of classroom – that’s when the Dean News Network (DNN) was formed.

  • Now Playing: New Dancers Showcase

    Friday, December 6 is opening night for the New Dancers Showcase, an informal showing of dance works created by upperclassmen and performed by first-year dance majors. We spoke to Leslie F. ’20 and Rachael H. ’23 about their roles in the performance.

  • Dean College Traditions: It’s Time to Celebrate!

    Dean College has several annual traditions that round out the fall semester, including Thanksgiving dinner, Winter Days, the Annual Tree Lighting and Late Night Breakfast. Read on to learn more about each of these beloved traditions!

  • Now Playing: Wonderful Town

    The Dean College School of the Arts is now playing Wonderful Town. The performance will run tonight through Sunday, November 24th. Based on the hit play and film, My Sister Eileen, the musical Wonderful Town tells the hilarious and heart-warming story of two Midwestern sisters, newly arrived in New York. Read on for a Q&A with the cast.

  • Honoring Our Veterans

    Members of the Dean College Community — alumni, students, faculty, staff and community members — join each year at the War Memorial along Awpie Way to honor those who have and are currently serving our country.

  • Arts Mosaic

    The Arts Mosaic is an annual Dean College performance featuring student and faculty works that incorporate elements such as dance, theatre, music and film. We spoke to Bailey P. ‘21, a Dance major, about her role as choreographer. Read on to learn more.

  • Dean Leadership Institute – Thomas Paolino ‘11/’16

    Dean College was proud to welcome alumnus Thomas Paolino ‘11/’16, a double bulldog with both his associates and bachelor’s degrees from Dean, back to campus to speak about his role as the Rhode Island state senator for District 17, which consists of Lincoln, North Providence and North Smithfield.

  • 5 Historic Facts About The Arts at Dean College

    With first-rate performance venues, modern equipment and top-of-the-line facilities, the School of the Arts at Dean College prepares students for an exciting career. Dating back to as early as 1871, the arts have had a strong presence on campus. Read on for 5 historical facts about the arts at Dean College.