Susan Miller ’81 and Michelle Stafford ’07 are founder and manager, respectively, of Red, a wine, beer and spirits store that specializes in organic, biodynamic and sustainably produced products.
Meet the newest CEO of L.L.Bean and discover how the liberal-arts path that started at Dickinson led him to "the best job in the world."
How do you honor a professor who set your course in life? Suzanne Kairo ’83 has the answer.
Inspired by her study abroad experience in Morocco and Cameroon, Siobhán O’Grady ’13 found her niche as a freelance journalist in sub-Saharan Africa.
Brad Boehringer ’13 learned about the sustainable oyster-farming industry from the ground up. Today, he’s owner-operator of a two-acre commercial oyster farm in Rhode Island.
Flosha "Flow" Tejada '11 has found her dream job, and it's one that helps her students reach for their dreams as well.
During his junior year, Alex Kasznel '15 crossed an ocean to present at a professional conference. That fall, he rose to the challenge again, putting his chemistry degree to work in an unexpected way.
Driven by her abiding passion for the public health field, Annie Nagy '99 has spent years helping underserved populations.
Find out how Dickinson's global liberal-arts education set Scott Jacobsen ’86 on the road to becoming president and CEO of NorthStar Bank.
Bree Goldstein '05, creator of UpDog, took an unlikely path from Dickinson to app developer.
Jim Sharf '65 splits his time between many things, from a career in industrial psychology to sailing to historic preservation.
Carlisle welcomes alumni-founded aid organization Sweaters and Sustenance.
Nearly 70 years after graduating, Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient Tom Lacek '48 returns to campus and Biddle Field for Homecoming & Family Weekend.
In New York and across the globe, Burt Sheaffer ’87 finds himself as connected as ever to Dickinson.
Ted Hinnenkamp '16 goes pro in Spanish basketball league.
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