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A Room of Her Own
Meet Susan Ellingwood ’87, editor of The New York Times’ Room for Debate.
Closing Thoughts: Trading One Craft For Another
Matty Dalrymple ’85 reflects on her dual passions—flying and writing—and how they inform each other.
From Wall Street to Watercress
Lauren Keiper Stein ’02 began her career on Wall Street and then moved to Reuters, where she covered a national beat. Now, she’s published a cookbook that’s gaining traction in the national press.
Sit, Stay, Write
With one of her novels turned into a major motion picture, Jennifer Howard '94, teacher by day, might be living every English major's dream.
Always the Artist
Heather Lezla '91 has lived the artist's life since her Dickinson days, and now she's made it her living.
Lost in the Studio
Emily Lehman '14 reflects on a year of creating and mentoring as part of her post-bac residency.
What Happens Here Can Take You Anywhere
Edward Ricourt '95 found that the path from Dickinson led to Hollywood success.
Permission to Explore
Cogan Fellow Maggie Andrews '03 discusses her adventurous path from English major to fulfilling career.
A Devilish Delight
For one night only, young-alumni pros team with students and faculty to present a darkly whimsical tale through music, verse and dance.
14 Books of 2014
Looking for a good holiday read or gift? There's something for everyone in this list of 14 books by Dickinson authors, all published within the last 14 months.
A Strong Sense of Place
For Sylvia Smith ’73, architecture isn’t just a career. It’s a call to beauty and to better ways of living.
Words Without Violence
Week Without Violence punctuated by alum’s poetic message.
An Architect’s View
Sylvia Smith ’73 discusses the role of the liberal-arts education in the arts-infused life.
Bestseller, Great Cause
With "Hard to Hold on To," Laura Kamoie '92 lands at No. 8 on "The New York Times" bestseller list.
And the Winner Is ...
With family and career just where he wants them, Emmy winning actor Eric Martsolf ’93 is "one grateful man."
Dispatches From the Opera House
Soprano Anne Jennifer Nash '96 returns to campus to work with students and honor Professor Emeritus Truman Bullard in a concert of one of his favorite works.
What's the Story?
Cogan Fellow Chris Maier ’99 deconstructs his narrative.
Guiding the World Around the World
Miriam Weiner '09 travels the world from her Washington, D.C., desk.
A Body in Motion
A day in Link Henderson ’97’s life would exhaust even the most motivated among us.
Courage to Pursue Anything
Elizabeth Grazioli '09 didn't find the perfect job. She created it. Now, she's helping students do the same.
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