Graduating seniors to attend Tufts University and Seton Hall Law School.
Graduating seniors secure jobs as community service coordinator, creative writing teacher and college advisor.
Nomi Small '19 once learned about New Zealand through an online newspaper. Now she’s studying abroad there and keeping abreast of U.S. news as a bill informed by her research is heard.
Komozi Woodard ’71, a founding member of the Congress for African Students at Dickinson College, returns to campus to discuss the study of racial segregation.
From studying the opioid epidemic through a D.C. internship to crafting teaching resources through a student-faculty research project, Aleksandra Syniec '18 is learning how to make a difference.
Erica Frankenberg, a leading researcher on inequality in education, will give a lecture at Dickinson on the increase in racial and economic segregation in public schools.
During her first internship experience, Maddie Vance '19 worked with SoundCloud's label relations team this summer and learned the importance of making connections, building networks and reflection.
Dickinsonians shine a light on a dark but important chapter in American history with the Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center and the Teachers’ Institute on the Carlisle Indian School.
During her time as a volunteer services intern at Women in Need, Seto Olayomi Olayomi '18 finds confidence by helping lower-income families in New York City.
Erica Wells '19 is stoking her passion for sports and education as a programming intern at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
Spend some time on the Susquehanna River with Roy Rogers ’75, who captains a riverboat launching from City Island daily.
Journalists often seek out Dickinson professors for expert commentary and analysis on a range of important issues.
College may have been tough initially for first-generation student Robert Hill ’17, but not only did he persevere, he founded a program that helps fellow first-generation Dickinsonians thrive.
An urban policy expert looks at gentrification and race during a lecture at Dickinson.
Studying abroad in Bologna, Madigan Kay ’18 melds interests in travel, foreign cultures, food systems and sociology as she researches the booming Italian agritourism industry.
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