• Celebrating Women’s History Month in the Classroom

    March marks Women’s History Month, which commemorates and encourages the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. Women’s history is interwoven in our curriculum at Dean College. Read on for a few standout courses Dean offers that focus on important women in U.S. history.

  • Student Spotlight: Olympic Hopeful, Nicalas Fernandes ‘23

    First year student Nicalas Fernandes ’23, a member of the Cape Verde Olympic Taekwondo Team, recently competed at the African Olympic Qualification Tournament for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. While he didn’t qualify, there is still a chance for him to be chosen as a wild card entry. Read on to learn more about his journey.

  • Dean College Dance Faculty Featured in Hit Film, Little Women

    Did you catch a showing of Little Women at the movie theater? This past fall famous faces like Meryl Streep, Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson were spotted in the Boston area. Since many of the scenes were shot locally, Assistant Professor of Dance Studies Stephen Ursprung was cast as a principal dancer in the film! Read on for his experience.

  • Spotlight Series: Loose Screws

    Looking to join a dance team on campus? Loose Screws may be for you! In 2014, Frankie Soldevere ‘16 had the idea to form a new dance and performance tap group. Today the tap-based group has 13 members and focuses on peer learning and performing.

  • Now Playing: La Bête/The Beast

    The Dean College School of the Arts is now playing La Bête/The Beast. The performance will run February 20-23. La Bête, translates as “the beast” or “the fool” in French, and this comedy—inspired by French playwright Molière—centers on the dueling temperaments within a court theatre troupe and its royal patrons.