Meet Red Devil basketball player Mike Hinckley ’19, who was destined to end up on the court.
Read an excerpt from an essay by Susan Perabo, professor of creative writing and writer-in-residence at Dickinson, that was inspired by her students and published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Alumni Council President David Carlson ’99 discusses the ownership mentality within the Dickinson community.
The latest titles from Dickinson alumni include mystery novels by two veteran authors, a family history, a battlefield breakdown and an exploration of modernist writers in Chicago.
Get your pencils ready! Gil Ludwig ’69 has designed a crossword puzzle just for us, featuring several iconic Dickinson women as the primary answers.
Hear from student and alumni participants in the inaugural Women of Color Summit.
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.
Lighting designer Rebecca Frederick ’84 spent her career using light to serve the telling of the story.
Discover how Vincent Paterson ’72, a globally renowned choreographer-director, orchestrated some of the most iconic pop-music moves in the 1980s and ’90s.
Dickinson faculty and staff continue to be go-to sources for major media outlets, from The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal to NBC News and NPR.
President Margee Ensign shares her views on the challenges and opportunities that come with Dickinson’s efforts to enhance diversity on campus.
Dickinson’s graduating art & art history majors design and present capstone exhibitions, leading to unparalleled opportunities and career preparation.
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