Former English and philosophy major, Amy Impellizzeri ’92 left the world of corporate law to become an accomplished novelist, recently releasing her fourth book.
Former Posse student and English major Yamilka Roque ’15 works to help students find their passion and their voice as an English teacher at the American Dream Charter High School in New York City.
Kayleigh Rhatigan ’19 discusses her lifelong pursuit of literature through a provocative and interdisciplinary lens.
Bailey Hans ’18, a first-generation college student, has found that Dickinson allows her to develop in every direction her interests lead as she prepares for a career in juvenile law.
Recent additions to Dickinson's Harlem Renaissance collection are helping students get a better sense of this significant movement in American literature.
Iranian-American poet Solmaz Sharif will read and discuss her work during an appearance at Dickinson.
Students launch the 2017 issue of the Dickinson Review, uncovering an artistic collective consciousness among the college community.
Jane Dudzinsky '19 spent her time as an intern at the Franklin Institute working with kids with special educational needs, and by doing so, she gained a greater understanding for learning.
Award-winning journalist Raquel Cepeda will discuss upward mobility and progress in the context of race relations and inequalities.
Angela Hertz ’99’s love for all things Italian led her to co-found La Scuola d’Italia Galileo Galilei, a Pre-K-12 bi-lingual private school in Pittsburgh.
English major Molly Gorelick '19 learns how to post, comment and like strategically as a social media intern at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.
For seniors at Dickinson, completing the requirements for a major is a distinctive and valuable experience.
Spend some time on the Susquehanna River with Roy Rogers ’75, who captains a riverboat launching from City Island daily.
Two Dickinsonians are set to engage the world through two prestigious international scholarships.
Merging her writing skills with her love of the arts, former English major Greta Musacchio ’14 helps foreign artists and performers come to the U.S.
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