Associate Professor of History Christopher Bilodeau explores the complexities of Founding Father, and founder of Dickinson, Benjamin Rush.
Jonathan Long ’19 brings the 1794 Whiskey Rebellion to life and talks about theatre as a tool for education and change.
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.
Marketing superstar/activist Anastasia Pfarr Khoo ’97 keeps the faith.
Henry Sorett ’68 has spent his life in the courtroom, defending all comers, big and small.
History major Simeon Khan ’17 is well on his way to realizing a childhood dream, through his experiences with the Blue Mountain Battalion, and as an intern with the U.S. Army Special Warfare Center.
Former history major Glenn Whitman ’91 is an author, educator and women’s soccer coach who strives to understand how the brain works, learns and thrives.
Noted food historian explores changing tastes through the story of Mexican beer during Dickinson’s Pflaum Lecture.
History and theatre major Sarah Zimmer ’17 sees the arts as “fertile ground for social change.” Learn how she's exploring that ground in a new production and her senior project on mental illness.
Find out how Dickinson's global liberal-arts education set Scott Jacobsen ’86 on the road to becoming president and CEO of NorthStar Bank.
Cooper Wingert ’20, who published 10 books by age 18, discusses his Civil War research, his love of writing and why he chose Dickinson.
Prestigious residency explores photography as a tool for social change.
Daniel Becker ’17 receives presidential award from Secretary of State John Kerry.
Cooper Wingert ’20, already an award-winning author of 10 history books, takes local angle on Civil War history.
Daniel Becker '17 discusses his experiences as communications intern for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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