Catch up on the latest news and events from around the DigiPen community.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty, students, and staff have discovered new ways to achieve educational excellence through remote learning.
The futuristic structure is the result of a four year team effort that included consultation with Profs. Ellen Beeman and Jen Sward.
Students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate DigiPen’s past, present and future.
Over 20 pieces of student artwork are on display at the new M Space venue, marking the start of a unique partnership between DigiPen and the Marriott.
A behind-the-scenes look at The Gauntlet: Moxtropolis, a charity fundraiser-meets-game tournament, with Lyla Ross, Program Manager for ENGAGE.
U.S. Congresswoman Suzan DelBene visited the campus to meet with students, executives, and more.
Richard Garfield, creator of the popular card game Magic: The Gathering, shared his insights with students in DigiPen’s GAT 210 course.
Seattle’s Pacific Science Center launched its first new permanent exhibit in over a decade, and DigiPen Institute of Technology helped make it happen.
More than 900 people of all ages came to DigiPen’s Redmond campus last Saturday to enjoy the food, games, and other entertainment at DigiPen Day 2012.
DigiPen’s ProjectFUN Technology Academies give high-school students insight into the games industry in a variety of locations around North America.