Videos by Joe O'Neill
As they prepare for Commencement, members of the class of 2016 attempt to describe Dickinson in one sentence.
Learn more about this year's graduates in student Q&As conducted during the last four years.
From favorite professors to having the ability to make positive change on campus, graduates reflect on what they are leaving behind when they walk down the steps of Old West. Familiar spaces, friends from all walks of life and a close-knit community are some of the things they will miss the most.
What defined the Dickinson experinece for members of the class of 2016? Participating in student-faculty research on the Civil War or a glacierized volcano? Taking the field or court as a Red Devil student-athlete? Traveling the globe through study-abroad or global Mosaic programs? Bonding with friends while making a difference through a service trip? Find out in the video above, as graduating seniors share their favorite Dickinson memories.
Whether landing jobs with Vanguard, IBM Watson or the American Folk Art Museum, graduates are set to leave Dickinson to launch careers across the country and across the globe. Others are off to graduate schools around the world, from the University of Oxford to Washington University to the University of Glasgow, while still more will enter the Peace Corps and governmental programs. Here is but a small sampling of what’s next.
For more on what members of the class of 2016 will be doing after graduation, visit Life Beyond the Limestone.
Published May 20, 2016