For Minh Nguyen '11, Dickinson set the course for a life in the sciences.
Rachel Greene '06 discusses how her Dickinson experience led her to become a mental health specialist & registered dance/movement therapist (R-DMT) at the Center for Autism.
Sunnie Ko ’11 has found her niche, and it lies in helping students exploring college options to find theirs.
Elena Cox '86 puts individuals at the center of the college-selection process with vibeffect.
Olivia Stevens '12 finds herself living in a tiny, landlocked country, and that's just fine with her.
For Rob Borden ’91, working on Capitol Hill for a few years turned into the perfect lifelong career.
Sean Finnegan ’01 recently spoke with honors physics students about how there's no one-size-fits-all solution for science graduates.
David Yuengling ’84 brings back the family’s ice cream business after a decades-long hiatus.
A behind-the-gavel look at John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, and at how this coal-region native decided two landmark cases.
Eli Brill '10 follows his family to Transylvania, where he's found success and a lot more.
Chris Roberts '11 tackles the practicalities behind the philosophies of business, development and democracy.
With "Hard to Hold on To," Laura Kamoie '92 lands at No. 8 on "The New York Times" bestseller list.
Justin Gold '00 shepherds his nut-butter business to national prominence.
David Dean '13 lets his experiences guide him toward making a difference.
With family and career just where he wants them, Emmy winning actor Eric Martsolf ’93 is "one grateful man."
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