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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.
Former physics major Peter Driscoll ’03 strives to understand the planets in our solar system as a staff scientist for Carnegie Institution for Science.
Squash standout and biology major reflects on her time spent on the court.
Fabiola Cineas '12 discusses her path leading to ‘Vox’ as a race reporter.
Geoff Arnold ’10 and Brett Hollander ’07 live the dream in the Orioles’ broadcast booth.
Now assistant district attorney in New York County, softball standout Liz Barry '11 looks back at her time at Dickinson.
Alumni couple Catherine Campbell Worthington ’12 and Arthur Worthington ’13 look back at their time as Red Devil athletes and reflect on how the experience shaped their paths to success.
Former psychology major Ashley Flynn ’11 works to achieve equality in education as associate director of research at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth.
Learn more about this gridiron standout, who became the first Black football captain in Red Devils history.
“We’ve definitely had some adventures and mishaps." Dan Litwack '05 and Ana Atach '08 share lively travel stories in a Spanish-language book.
Alan Jennings ’80, executive director of Community Action Committee of The Lehigh Valley, works to build a community where all people have access to economic opportunities for improving their lives.
As a global consultant, Jeanette Millard '76 helped others manage challenge and change. Then COVID-19 arrived, and the major changes were at her own front door.
Former Red Devil gridiron standout reflects on the lessons learned on and off the football field.
Former policy management major Nick Shepherd ’16 credits his Dickinson experience with preparing him for whatever life has in store for him, even a pandemic.
Former physics major JoEllen McBride ’04 credits Dickinson with building the communications skills she now uses to advocate for graduate and professional students at the University of Pennsylvania.
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