For David Durstewitz ’10, what started with a yogurt-making lesson at the Treehouse turned into a passion for lactofermention and a life committed to local and sustainable food production.
From a childhood love of horses to a longstanding retirement dream, discover the journey that led Richard Hepner ’60 to hand-carve a wooden carousel horse in just 17 years).
Get tips from Manny Ocampo ’18, aka DJ Manny Fresco, that will help make your next party a hit.
Gregory Lockard ’03, a writer and editor who previously worked for DC Comics, offers an example of how a comic book comes to life.
Espoir DelMain ’21 is an environmental-studies major from Saint Paul, Minnesota, who worked to bring student voices to the forefront in her first year at Dickinson.
Priscilla Addison ’09 and sister Kimberly share the process they use at ’57 Chocolate, the pioneer bean-to-bar chocolate company they founded in Ghana, West Africa.
Environmentalists Sam Rose '58 and Julie Walters are also passionate art collectors. We take a sneak peek at the their spectacular collection and discover how Sam developed his keen eye.
Carisma Bishop ’15 was always that island girl whom hurricanes seemed to follow. Read about her most recent encounter with Hurricane Maria and how her Dickinson family helped see her through.
As the alumnus speaker for Dickinson’s 2018 Scholarship Luncheon, Alex Froom ’09 outlined the philosophy underlying his nonprofit work and the scholarship he’s facilitated through his family trust.
Alumni Council President David Carlson ’99 discusses some of the countless ways to engage the college that cost nothing at all.
Dickinson is launching and expanding several significant programs and initiatives—all in our new president’s first year.
A look at the unconventional journey and life-changing legacy of Sam Rose ’58.
From the front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer to a mention in Forbes to being featured in Men’s Health, NBC News and Vanity Fair, Dickinson maintains a strong media presence.
Longtime Dickinson administrator Joyce Bylander left a lasting impression on countless students, and in honor of her retirement, those alumni came together to make that mark permanent.
Ruth Cardell Kaufman ’43 has led a fulfilling life as a scientist, wife and mother, and this year she traveled back to campus to celebrate the 75th anniversary of her class during Alumni Weekend.
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