As a philosophy major, Alexander Rojek ’25 revels in life’s big questions. He puts what he's learning into action as a Community Engagement Fellow and tutor.
The former English and philosophy major returns to campus Oct. 7 for a public discussion with President Jones.
In this podcast, we meet Erin Lowe ’23, the first Dickinsonian to earn a prestigious Truman Scholarship, which supports the next generation of public service leaders.
Amy McKiernan, assistant professor of philosophy, has been named the 2022 recipient of Dickinson’s Constance & Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching.
Meet Bethany Petrunak ’22, a double major in studio art and art history who co-curated two capstone exhibitions at Dickinson this year.
Since 1977, the award has recognized an elite group of future leaders dedicated to service.
Patricia Collins '71's Dickinson education paved a path toward success in a variety of fields. Today, she continues to give back to the college to open paths for current and future Dickinsonians.
Learn why, for Nathaniel McCloud '23, conversations with faculty and peers have made studying philosophy and political science deeply enjoyable.
Continuing more than a decade of success with the program, two more Dickinson students will cross the pond in the fall to immerse themselves in Oxford's tutorial system.
Former philosophy major Alison Bailey ’83 embraces her passion for philosophy as an author and professor of women’s, gender and sexuality studies at Illinois State University.
It wasn’t easy to adjust to stay-at-home guidelines during the pandemic, but the rewards have been great, says philosophy major Dylan Yang ’23.
Emerging from a winning Revolutionary Challenge proposal, the new major merges Dickinson’s liberal-arts foundation and its future-forward approach.
Setting sights on Wall Street? Check out these tips from two Dickinson alumni pros at Lazard, a leading financial-advisory and asset-management firm.
Now assistant district attorney in New York County, softball standout Liz Barry '11 looks back at her time at Dickinson.
Find out how Dickinson helped Maizie Ober ’21 realize she could use philosophy as a tool for social change.
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