Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Find out how the mix of hard tech and liberal arts Mike Capone ’88 found at Dickinson helped him go from computer science major to tech company CEO.
New group aims to build connections across generations of basketball players and mentor current student-athletes.
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.
The former soccer star reflects on his journey from Bolivia to the U.S. to Dickinson and beyond.
Leading a team implementing a new aircraft maintenance and logistics management system, former international studies major Neil Morgan ’94 strives to improve aviation safety.
As part of one the most successful Red Devils lacrosse squads in history, the former long pole midfielder reflects on the team and Dickinson.
Aline Scop Plavnik ’09, a former Liberty Cap campus tour guide, brings the majesty of travel to living rooms around the world.
Graham Novitch '20 secures financial analyst job with Celsius Network through a current Dickinson parent.
Go inside the emergency room with Michelle Reina ’05, a doctor in southern Oregon, for whom the pandemic has been very personal.
Discover how and why Stew Glenn ’67 and his wife, Eileen, mobilized the New Paltz Community Foundation as COVID-19 spread.
Mike Davi '95, senior director of digital strategy and operations at Anthem Healthcare, and Spyro Karetsos '96, chief risk officer at TD Ameritrade, helped their organizations adapt to COVID-19.
How did two alumnae unknowingly launch separate, similar businesses with the same name? And what happened when their paths finally crossed? "It's such a Dickinson story," says one.
Meet some of the Dickinsonians making a difference during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Becci Menghini ’96, former anthropology major, aids in growing the next generation of global citizens as a vice chancellor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
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