Student Snapshot: Nicolas Serna Londono ’25

Nicolas Serna Londono

Nicolas Serna Londono ’25 is a member of Dickinson’s men’s squash team, and in 2021, he earned two silver medals in the Pan-American Games. Below, he discusses his First-Year Seminar, why he chose Dickinson and what he appreciates most about being an international business & management major.


Bogota, Colombia.


International business & management.

Best thing about my Dickinson experience:

The squash team.

Best thing about my major:

It develops students’ leadership skills.

On choosing Dickinson:

It’s a great school academically, and it’s close to Philadelphia, which is a main city.

Favorite place on campus:

The squash courts.

Favorite class/learning experience so far:

My First-Year Seminar. It was about behavioral economics. I liked it because we learned about different cognitive biases that people have when making decisions.

If I could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, it would be …

… Messi.

Proudest accomplishment so far:

Two silver medals in the Pan-American Games under 23 Cali, Colombia 2021, and I am a current professional squash player. 

Most important thing I’ve learned so far:

To trust the process.

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Published February 16, 2022