Catch up on the latest news and events from around the DigiPen community.
Student teams from DigiPen’s WANIC high school programs placed first and third in the Washington Technology Student Association video game design contest.
From the breathtaking sights of Spain to the historically rich streets of Lisbon, DigiPen faculty member Steffon Moody uses his worldwide experiences to revitalize the classroom.
The Dragon community got a glimpse of the many inventive game projects created by students over the past year during our annual game showcase event.
The winners of the 2023 Game Narrative Review Competition break down their memorable week in San Francisco.
As a new category for video game scores made its debut at the 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards, DigiPen’s Brian Schmidt was there to bask in the historic moment.
The story artist behind DigiPen’s award-winning ‘Adija’ makes her professional debut on a new acclaimed family comedy.
DigiPen graduate David Evans looks back on the six-year development journey that resulted in his equally epic indie sailing adventure game.
As a partner developer working with EA Motive, DigiPen grad Matt Hurliman helped bring out the best in graphical performance for a sci-fi horror remake.
Using DigiPen as a hub, 18 student and community teams spent the weekend crafting games around this year’s theme, “Roots.”
DigiPen has been ranked a top five game design school in North America and abroad for the 14th year in a row.
Learn how four Dragons teamed up to craft wild, technically challenging jokes on Xbox Game Pass’ breakout hit.
“Convergent Voices” features work by 22 instructors from DigiPen’s BFA in Digital Art and Animation program.
Through charity, DigiPen’s new student club is connecting the campus community to the community at large.
After forging one of the PlayStation 5’s biggest hits, the BA in Game Design alumnus recounts the DigiPen journey that led him there.
At Visual Concepts, a roster of DigiPen master’s graduates are building the NBA’s official video game.
A team of DigiPen students had cause to celebrate after their scientific payload project flew on a Blue Origin rocket.
Held virtually on Handshake, the event connected 257 Dragons with 19 game and tech companies.
Take a look back at all the student and alumni successes, campus developments, and Dragon events that defined this year.
We’d like to recognize the latest full-time faculty and take a closer look at their diverse backgrounds in games, education, and more.
The DigiPen graduate brings his compositional know-how to Gearbox’s new Borderlands spinoff.