Video by Joe O'Neill
Members of the class of 2023 share the best parts of their four years at Dickinson and discuss their plans after graduation.
“I love Dickinson so much because … I was looking for a school where I could really have a tight-knit community. I think I really found that.”
—Teddy Mercer '23 (physics, mathematics)
“I've met some of my closest friends at Dickinson. I've also met so many mentors and so many people that have made such a huge impact on my life and have completely transformed the way that I look at the world.”
—Zahra Somji '23 (political science, sociology)
“Dickinson provided me a great platform to engage in multiple fields of studies.”
—Zimeng Liu '23 (data analytics, mathematics, quantitative economics)
“The classes are so small that you really get a lot of support from your professors. I feel like I grew a lot as a writer, as a student and as a person just because of that one-on-one interaction”
—Allan Farfan Canales '23 (English)
“I was able to discover new cultures and get out of my comfort zone.”
—Louis-David Kakou '23 (political science)
“[My experience] allowed for me to further develop my leadership skills and find more ways to give back to the community.”
—Kalari Obasi '23 (sociology)
Learn more about where members of the class of 2023 are headed after graduation in Life Beyond the Limestone.
Published May 18, 2023