Whether its management or coaching, media or operations, for dozens of Dickinson alumni, sports represent the professional arena they now inhabit.
In times of crisis, Delta Nu shines, whether it’s the student members pulling together or alumnae joining forces to offer support.
Dickinson has been a leader in civic learning and community engagement since its founding. This feature offers a broad view of partnerships, programs and perspectives.
President Margee Ensign discusses alumni pride and engagement opportunities in her spring column.
Dickinson's Director of Event Planning and Holland Union Building Dottie Warner is named the 2018 recipient of the Jack Thornton Distinguished Service Award.
Graduating seniors earn admission to graduate programs at Washington and Lee University and Notre Dame Law School.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and the Carlisle Theatre.
Graduating seniors accepted into Ph.D. programs at Carnegie Mellon University and Emory University.
Ashley Lindsey Morefield '18 earns Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Scholarship to teach in the Ivory Coast.
Graduating seniors accepted into graduate programs at Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University, Cornell University and others.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in title insurance, fundraising, corporate consulting and leadership education.
Kayleigh Rhatigan '19 earns the Beinecke Scholarship, which supports exceptional students in their pursuit of graduate study in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
“We heard inspiring stories, collected data, and helped to advertise the summit and educate the public." Students research social-justice/health care issue, help promote event centered on solutions.
Dickinson is launching its most ambitious Day of Giving ever Tuesday, April 24, seeking 3,500 gifts in 24 hours and asking Dickinsonians everywhere, "Do you believe in mermaids?"
Graduating senior will attend graduate school at University of Haifa.
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