Former fine arts major Stanley "Paige" Zeigler ’71 was elected to the Maine House of Representatives, where he creates legislation to save the environment.
Linda Dalrymple Henderson '69 is a major figure in art history, specializing in the intersections between math, science, technology and the occult.
Louis Reens '54 faced profound challenges as a child survivor of WWII. His resilience and intellectual curiosity allowed him to not just survive but thrive. He recently shared his story.
After witnessing firsthand the financial difficulties families of veterans and service members faced, Holly Petraeus '74, P'04, was inspired to act, speaking before the highest courts in the land.
Former mathematics and economics double major Cody Nichols '15 harnesses his Dickinson education to launch a successful career as a sales reporting analyst with the Campbell Soup Company.
Former religion major Lauren Tuchman ’08 uses the skills garnered from her Dickinson education to provide spiritual and pastoral care as a noncongregational rabbi in Washington, D.C.
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."
Former self-developed film studies major Olivia Zoratto ’18 credits Dickinson’s liberal-arts education with giving her the skills to launch a successful career in the entertainment industry.
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.
Nathan Fry ’06, a former ROTC cadet and self-developed major in comparative literature, helps U.S. soldiers reach new heights as training director for the Army Mountain Warfare School.
Former environmental science major Kate Consroe Ceste ’09 strives to preserve the environment for future generations working for the National Council for Science and the Environment.
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.
Chris Sharples ’87 founded SHoP Architects to combine the creation of beautiful and functional buildings with improving the entire building industry from the ground up.
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.
Anthony Bush ’11 crafted his current position as diversity, equity and inclusion coordinator at a school in the Bronx, and he creates curriculum and coursework connected to those themes.
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