14 Under 40
Dickinson provides a strong base for young achievers with
entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial instincts.
No Expiration Date
For its third strategic plan since 2000, the college centers on students and the evergreen value of the liberal arts. Read an interview with the professor heading up the effort.
Calling All Birders
Erik Johnson ’01 and his former biology professor, Janet Wright, work independently to mitigate BP oil spill damage.
- Web Exclusives
Video Feature: Nuts for Nut Butter
Watch one of
Justin Gold ’00’s biggest fans sing the praises of Justin’s Nut Butter.
Video Feature: Cultivating a Cure Trailer
Get a sneak peek
at Sarah Hutt ’99’s documentary, Cultivating
a Cure,which explores the
medical potential of traditional plant-based remedies in the Peruvian Amazon.
Video Feature: Chain Gang Girls Clip
What do a car thief, a meth addict and a prostitute have in common? Watch this clip of Laticia Headings ’95’s Chain Gang Girls to find out.
Video Feature: Man v. Food Trailer
In Man v.
Food, the wildly popular show developed by Matthew Butler ’95, star Adam
Richman visits Cleveland, Ohio, to manhandle the five-pound Melt Challenge.
Audio Feature: No Expiration Date
Listen in as Professor David Commins tells how Dickinson’s new strategic plan centers more on students than did the previous two strategic plans.
Photo Feature: Calling All Birders
View Erik Johnson ’01’s photos of wildlife and landscape affected by the Gulf Coast oil spill.
From the Editor
Mining Reader Reactions: How do the reading habits of the Dickinson Magazine audience compare to those of readers at other schools?
From These Grounds
President's Letter: The complexities of the global economy demand leadership by those with a keen liberal-arts perspective.
Securing the Future: The issue of security can and should become part of the liberal-arts program.
Students STEP into Science
Nine first-year students and one sophomore participated in the first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Expansion Program (STEP).
New Research Tool Takes Students on Risky Rides
A new driving-simulation program helps researchers study distracted drivers.
For her new critically acclaimed biography of author E.M. Forster, Professor Wendy Moffat enlisted several student researchers.
Human Rights Watcher
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Oanh-Nhi Nguyen ’13 raises awareness of the travails of war
Road Race to Remission
Former soccer standout Alfredo Axtmayer ’04 keeps cancer on the run.
Cameroon fund supports defining experience
Amy Nauiokas ’94’s generous gift supports the Cameroon program.
The Last Word
Jennifer Elbert Bretz ’03 uses a teaching grant to grow an