Chris Roberts '11 tackles the practicalities behind the philosophies of business, development and democracy.
With "Hard to Hold on To," Laura Kamoie '92 lands at No. 8 on "The New York Times" bestseller list.
Justin Gold '00 shepherds his nut-butter business to national prominence.
David Dean '13 lets his experiences guide him toward making a difference.
With family and career just where he wants them, Emmy winning actor Eric Martsolf ’93 is "one grateful man."
From the battlefield to the classroom, Rick Clifton '79 is in his element.
For Kalyn Campbell ’10, the College Farm is the secret to her success.
Sharon Davie ’68 dedicates her life to sharing women’s stories with the world.
Bernadette Brandt ’13 discovers the rewards of helping young minds grow.
U.S. Rep. Jim Gerlach '77 talks about his journey from Dickinson to Washington, D.C.
Tal Rosen '04 takes on microfarming in the urban landscape of Chicago.
Looking to level the playing field, Zach Leverenz '01 founded EveryoneOn, which aims at bringing technology to all.
The man behind "Now You See Me" says Dickinson gave him the tools to carve a path to Hollywood.
Across town from Dickinson, Becca Good '04 brings her own brand of useful education to her second-grade students.
For Dwight Dunston '10, days and nights are filled with pursuing what he loves.
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