Eli Brill '10 (email@example.com)
Hometown: San Jose, Calif.
Major: International Business & Management and Political Science
Activities: Student Senate, Union Philosophical Society, Liberty Cap Society, Keystones
Best Dickinson experience: It was the most supportive and nurturing environment I saw (and I looked at 17 colleges!).
Advice: Get in touch with current students to get a real perspective and come visit campus!
Melanie Gade '10 (firstname.lastname@example.org
: Denver, Colo. Major
: Policy Management/French Activities
: Alpha Lambda Delta honor society, Pi Beta Phi sorority, Liberty Cap Society, Active Minds, Ski and Snowboarding Club Best Dickinson experience
: Close student/teacher relationship, student disabilities resources.
Cynthia Polasko '10 (email@example.com
: Albuquerque, New Mexico Major
: Political Science, Anthropology (Minor) Activities
: Concert Band, Clarinet Ensemble ("Cork Grease") Best Dickinson experience
: My second semester of my freshman year, my geology class went caving as a lab field trip.We spent a couple of hours wandering around in the dark, looking at rock formations and discussing how caves can form, and we all came out absolutely covered in mud from head to toe. It was one of the most fun and interactive classes I've ever had. I told my friend, "Dickinson's all about engaging the world, and it doesn't get much more engaging than being knee-deep mud! Advice
: Choosing a college is intimidating, but try not to get overwhelmed. There isn't necessarily one "perfect" school, because no matter where you go you'll find people, classes and activities that appeal to you. No matter where you decide to go, be confident that things will work out for the best.