Graduating seniors secure jobs in medical and chemical research, earn prestigious scholarships and are accepted into graduate programs at Penn State, Johns Hopkins and others.
From presenting original research at a national convention to mentoring first-generation students and studying abroad in Malaga, Spain, Maria Smith ’22 has made the most of her Dickinson experience.
Jessica Baverman Ozar ’09 crafted a second crossword exclusively for Dickinson Magazine readers that includes a mystery word. Submit your completed puzzle for a chance to win a Bookstore gift card!
Alumni Council President Bernadette McFadden Stout ’07 shines a spotlight on the financial commitment of the Alumni Council members and emphasizes the importance of participation at any level.
Ryan Robinson ’22’s basketball career at Dickinson can be described as nontraditional and challenging—but also inspiring and memorable.
Explore a few alumni-owned businesses from the professional services (marketing, legal assistance, real estate, insurance) category.
Check out the latest alumni publications, with nonfiction titles ranging from Civil War history to the arts to marketing and new fiction from two acclaimed novelists.
President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, outlines the challenges and successes of the last year and looks ahead to what’s next for our community.
Dickinson’s 30th president is an alumnus, a parent and a fierce advocate for the liberal arts.
Go beyond the numbers with the newly named director of quantitative initiatives.
Where do beekeeping, international studies, activism, and Arabic language study meet? Find out how all these and more converge in the open mind of Erik Smith '22.
Dickinson faculty gave expert commentary on the war in Ukraine to CBS Eye on the World and BBC News. Faculty research and our admissions and financial-aid experts were highlighted as well.
Graduating seniors accepted to Drexel University and University of Chicago.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in education, counseling and the military and are accepted into graduate programs at Johns Hopkins University, Northwestern University and others.
Meet John Soyka ’22, a political science and law & policy double major who interned at the Cumberland County Courthouse and is planning a career in environmental advocacy.
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