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Alumni in Action: Arts and Media
Dickinson Alum Eric Goren ’92 Makes a Run at Hollywood
'Supercool' and its executive producers come to campus for a screening and discussion on April 20.
Dickinson Alum and Noted Baltimore Artist Exhibits Recent Work at Dickinson
Meet noted Baltimore-based artist and educator Michael Weiss '98, who returns to campus twice in spring 2022 to share recent paintings with the campus and alumni communities.
Supporting Creative Experiences
Former theatre arts major, Sara Brookner ’08 helps bring the world’s greatest performers to her community as associate director of institutional giving at Celebrity Series of Boston.
On Art and Economic Development: Tapping Artists' Potential to Drive Post-COVID Healing
The arts play a vital role in community revitalization, says Joanna Castro '98, and artists can help heal and unite during the COVID-19 era and beyond.
Cogan Fellowship 2021: 'Covering Race in the Age of Trump—and After'
Fabiola Cineas '12 discusses her path leading to ‘Vox’ as a race reporter.
Dickinson Alumna and Lawyer Forges Second Successful Career as Novelist
Amy Shelley Impellizzeri '92 always knew what she wanted to do with her life. Then a deadly plane crash hit close to home, literally, and she realized she needed a change.
Lynn Waldo Smiledge '75: Unearthing Architectural Stories
As a preservation consultant, Lynn Waldo Smiledge '75 researches and records building histories, from architectural detail to community significance to the people who lived and worked there.
Merging Media, Environmental Sustainability and Social Justice
Learn how Michael Snyder ’03’s Dickinson education helped him become an award-winning photographer, filmmaker and journalist exploring the impacts of and solutions to climate change.
From Elton John to Benjamin Rush: Alumna's Passion for Collecting Reaches Into College History
From rock memorabilia to early American papers, Robin Arnoff '83 is passionate about preserving objects with history.
Solving Strategic Communications Challenges
Former English and political science major Rachel Warzala Chesley ’11 guides clients through the logistics and challenges of financial restructuring as a consultant for FTI Consulting.
Resilience, Creativity, Game Theory: Meet Warner Bros.' Exec and Dickinson College Alumnus David Decker '90
Warner Bros. exec David Decker '90, who led the recent sale of 'Friends' to HBO and USA/NBCU, shares the keys to his success in a competitive industry undergoing profound and rapid-fire change.
London-based ABC News editor Jonathan Haworth ’04 discusses his globe-trotting professional path and how Dickinson taught him to seize opportunities.
Alumni Couple Champions Big Data Programs at Dickinson College
The tech industry has seen several revolutions since Dave ’74 and Sue Stebbins Souerwine ’75 launched their careers. Now they're helping students join the big data revolution.
Dickinson College Alumnus Launches Second Career as Author of Thrillers
Actor, theatre professor and former dramatic arts major Ashley Harrison Smith ’92 turned his creativity toward writing, becoming an award-winning author of thrillers.
Setting the Mood
Former music and economics major Jong Ho Choi ’18 composes music to set the mood as a composer for film.
Creating Environmental Policy
Former fine arts major Stanley "Paige" Zeigler ’71 was elected to the Maine House of Representatives, where he creates legislation to save the environment.
Former international business & management major and film studies minor Anedra Edwards ’10 manages over 1,800 visual effects shots for the CW Network's "Black Lightning."
Merging Art and Civic Engagement
Former history and theatre arts major Sarah Zimmer ’17 merges her love of theatre with community engagement through her work with the Boston Lyric Opera.
Fashioning the Future
For Gabrielle Joffie ’07, beauty is much more than skin deep, and through her work with Indique Hair and her consulting agency The Digital Mavens, she’s out to spread that message.
Beyond the Big Screen
Costume designer Kristin Achtmeyer ’06 turns a vision into a consistent and accurate reality throughout the entire cast of a production, and she has some impressive credits to her name.
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