Students started their college careers with a bang, thanks to Dickinson's Pre-Orientation: Explore More Adventures program.
From crop planning to literary analysis, data analytics major Ben Warren ’25 is learning how to comb through vast amounts of information to ask and answer difficult questions.
"The faculty and staff here want us to succeed,” says Ellie Pattillo ’23, a psychology and women’s, gender & sexuality studies double major, who created a podcast while studying abroad.
“It's great to try something new. We can all learn from one another,” says Mai Le ’25, an educational-studies and psychology double major from Hanoi, Vietnam.
A host of activities will bring students together across campus and across interests.
Joseph Majkut ’25 answered 51 volunteer-firefighter calls during his first year on campus—all while getting involved with clubs, forging new friendships and making Dean's List.
“I love the way Dickinson makes each student a priority,” says Elsa Hritz ’25, a scholarship awardee, math and data analytics double major, and a ballerina who’s learning to fly private planes.
"We should constantly work to better our world," says Destiny McFalls '25, who researched Black identity and activism at Dickinson and recently presented her findings.
Dickinson honors four students for excellence in writing and research.
Popel Shaw Center and students collaborate to spotlight LatinX culture during remote fall semester.
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