Co-founder of Bully Boy Distillers Heather Willis ’98 may have big-city ties—from Boston to Washington, D.C. to Hong Kong—but her family business maintains small-batch values.
Robert Berna '94, co-founder of Apple Seeds LLC, an all-in-one play space for preschoolers, cites patience as key to success.
Drew Greenblatt '88 turned an aging bagel factory into a state-of-the-art steel manufacturer.
France 44 owner Rick Anderson ’92 took his family-owned retail business from a simple bottle shop to a multi-platform gourmet lifestyle experience.
Afredo Axtmayer ’04 knows from personal experience the healing power of sport, and he proves it every day with his two organizations, Remission Ball and love.fútbol.
Founder and creative director of Cheese Chick Productions Christine Bonney Hyatt ’91 spent several years pursuing a screenwriting career until she set her sights on cheese.
Angelica Menefee '90, founder and president of Trampoline Inc., an educational enrichment curriculum, knows the value of homework.
Check out the latest publications by Dickinson alumni.
Meet Susan Ellingwood ’87, editor of The New York Times’ Room for Debate.
At Dickinson, you can find all sorts of innovation and collaboration in just about every nook and cranny. Here, we introduce you to three of them.
A strong forward with a penchant for goal scoring, global citizen Alfred Hylton-Dei ’16 discusses transitions and leadership.
Learn more about recent faculty grants, awards and publications, plus noteworthy news.
Alumni Council President Michael Donnelly ’02 had a busy fall semester meeting and working with fellow Dickinsonians, old and new.
Matty Dalrymple ’85 reflects on her dual passions, flying and writing, and how they inform each other.
Readers weigh in on the Bologna program’s 50th anniversary and the 2015 recipient of the Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Environmental Activism.
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